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From Anthony Splendora: Is a known MS of “The Blue Hotel” extant anywhere? I think I have detected an endemic misprint in “The Blue Hotel,” near the end of Ch.V, where cards are scattered when their board is upended, … Continue reading
I. A man builded a bugle / for the storms to blow. / The focussed winds hurled him afar. / He said that the instrument was a failure. II. When the suicide arrived at the sky, the people there asked … Continue reading
Dear People, There appears to be some question whether Burleigh was a real person yes or know. I’ve a note from his printed letterhead revering to the Henry Ward Beecher case, by writing down a poem by a Scotch woman … Continue reading
Stephen Crane Society Chair: Paul Sorrentino “Falling Stories: Disability and Cinematic Naturalism in Stephen Crane’s City Sketches,” Donna Campbell, Washington State University “‘In this awkward situation he was simply perfect’: Awkwardly Unsettling Minstrel Humor and Lynching Apologetics in … Continue reading
All the words in The Black Riders.
CFP: Stephen Crane Society at ALA 2016 (Deadline 1.17.16) The Stephen Crane Society will sponsor two sessions at the American Literature Association Conference at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco in Embarcadero Center on May 26-29, 2016. All topics are welcome. … Continue reading