Short Stories, Sketches, and Novellas Page, which includes text versions, Google Books links, and links to criticism from the Stephen Crane Encyclopedia


Whilomville Stories

These works were prepared for the Stephen Crane Society site by Stanley Wertheim.
Illustration from Marines Signalling Under Fire

Illustration from “Marines Signalling Under Fire” courtesy of the University of Virginia Text Center.

War is Kind
The Black RidersNovels
The Little Regiment 
Maggie: A Girl of the Streets. (Searchable corrected text at the Crane Society site,  prepared and donated by Randolph Handel; visit the original version at
The Red Badge of CourageOther Sites and Formats
Crane’s poems are available at the site; a feature at the site allows visitors to e-mail the poems to friends.
The University of Virginia Text Center has most of its Crane texts available as free downloads in Palm or Microsoft E-Book formats.
The Electronic Classics Series at Penn State has made Maggie and The Red Badge of Courage available in .pdf (Adobe Acrobat) format for easy printing and reading.
Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (.PDB format for PalmPilot at the site)
The Red Badge of Courage (.PDB format for PalmPilot at the site)
“A Man and Some Others,” Century (February 1897) (Page images at the Cornell Making of America site)
 Wounds in the Rain (1900) at The Price of the Harness”“The Lone Charge of William B. Perkins”“The Clan of No-Name”“God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen”

“The Revenge of the Adolphus”

“The Sergeant’s Private Madhouse”

“Virtue in War”

“Marines Signalling Under Fire at Guantanamo”

“This Majestic Lie”

“War Memories”

“The Second Generation”

Search Wounds in the Rain

From the University of Virginia Text Center

“Showin’ Off”: Whilomville Stories IVNovember, 1899

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