Sir stephen spender, in full sir stephen harold spender, (born february 28, 1909, london, england—died july 16, 1995, london), english poet and critic, who made his reputation in the 1930s with poems expressing the politically conscience-stricken, leftist new writing of that period. Stephen crane stephen crane (1871-1900), an american fiction writer and poet, was also a newspaper reporter his novel the red badge of courage stands high among the world's books depicting warfare. A bride comes to yellow sky - a bride comes to yellow sky research papers examine the old west as viewed by stephen crane in his works naturalism in maggie, girl of the streets - symbolism in red badge of courage - stephen crane manipulates symbolism in many places throughout the red badge of courage.
One thing a reader would instantly see in crane's works is the vividness of his prose maggie is, without doubt, one of the most intensely animated writings i have ever read, classic or modern. The life and works of stephen crane stephen crane (1871-1900) lived only twenty-eight years in that time, he earned a reputation as a great american nov. The veteran by stephen crane the veteran was first published in mcclure's magazine in 1896, a year after the publication of the red badge of courage (1895) while the veteran stands alone as a great short story, it might be best to describe is as the unknown sequel to the the red badge of courage.
Jack london and stephen crane also participated in this tradition of literary naturalism, writing about city life, social class, industry, and, in two memorable short stories, the callous indifference of nature. Izer and that his portrait illustrates vividly the that is the political atmosphere in which problem a colonized writer faces when he seeks stephen dedalus grows up, and in which to express himself in the language and tradition his essentially responsive mind orients it- which have supplanted his own. Childhood stephen crane was born in a red brick house on mulberry place in newark, new jersey, on november 1, 1871 stephen's father was the presiding elder of the methodist conference, and, because of this job, the family moved from city to city in new jersey while stephen was a child and young boy.
Stephen crane: american author and poet although crane achieved the pinnacle of his success with the red badge of courage, many critics believe that he demonstrated his greatest. His siblings are as follows (all references are from the crane log or from thomas gullason's stephen crane's literary family ): william howe crane (1854-1926) practiced law in port jervis, n y and later retired to california. Stephen crane (november 1, 1871 - june 5, 1900) was an american poet, novelist, short story writer, and journalist prolific throughout his short life, crane wrote notable works in the realist tradition as well as early examples of american naturalism and impressionism. The open boat is a short story by american author stephen crane (1871-1900) first published in 1897, it was based on crane's experience of surviving a shipwreck off the coast of florida earlier that year while traveling to cuba to work as a newspaper correspondent. Scope and contents of the collection the stephen crane collection comprises correspondence, writings, and memorabilia of the american author and his wife, cora crane, as well as the research materials of a number of literary scholars and private collectors.
The crane house - historical background -saved from demolition in 1995 through the efforts of tom and regina hayes - by dedicated volunteers (dubbed the crane crew) - the stephen crane house is asbury park's link to great american literature. Crane's poem war is kind shows a deep understanding of those who are left behind when a solider fights a war first of all, there is irony the title uses irony, because war is not really. - stephen crane the naturalist stephen crane (1871-1900), the naturalism, american writer stephen crane was well known for his naturalist style during his time naturalism in literature was a philosophy used by writers to describe humans in regards to the influences and interactions within their own environments.
R k narayan was an indian writer most famous for his fictional work malgudi days check out his biography to get detailed information on his childhood, life, works, writing career, achievements and timeline. Stephen crane use his naturalistic element in their works such as, the authentic use of language and along description of setting and integrating images and colors to depict nineteen-century american society. Even in leonard roberts's 1997 book, arthur hughes: his life and works, which seeks to set the record straight, stephen wildman says, arthur hughes has always been an elusive figure in the history of british art, holding his place chiefly as the best of the younger followers of the pre-raphaelite brotherhood, and the one important painter to.