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The Notebook of Stephen Crane

The Notebook of Stephen Crane

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Charlottesville: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1969. First Edition. Oblong large octavo in marbled paper-backed boards and cloth; xxi, 76 pages 15 cm; bibliographical references. Cloth spine a wee bit worn and faded; else a tight, clean copy. No jacket, presumaby as issued. Binding tight; pages clean. Overall near fine(-) to very good(++). Hardcover.

Only 750 copies printed (as stated in colophon). A John Cook Wyllie Memorial Publication. [Series]. ¶  "Stephen Crane (1871–1900) was a prolific American writer known for his innovation in Realism, Naturalism, and Impressionism. He began writing at a young age and left university to work as a reporter. His notable works include "Maggie: A Girl of the Streets" (1893), considered the first American Naturalistic novel, and "The Red Badge of Courage" (1895), a Civil War novel despite his lack of battle experience. Crane's life included a scandal, war correspondence in Cuba, and a lasting relationship with Cora Taylor. He faced financial and health challenges, ultimately succumbing to tuberculosis in Germany at age 28. Though initially forgotten, he was later recognized for his intense, dialect-rich, and ironic writing, influencing writers like Ernest Hemingway and inspiring Modernists and Imagists."—Wikipedia ¶ 

Authorship Art d'écrire. authorship. Authorship. Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900 -- Notebooks, sketchbooks. American Authors.

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