By Joyce C Smith
This quantity presents a advisor to reading and writing concerning the works of yankee writer Stephen Crane.
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If men could only train for them and have them occur when the men had reached pink condition, there would be less drowning at sea. Of the four in the dinghy none had slept any time worth mentioning for two days and two nights previous to embarking in the dinghy, and in the excitement of clambering about the deck of a foundering ship they had also forgotten to eat heartily. By now, the reader knows the men have not only the forces of the sea against them but also their own bodies weakened by lack of sleep and food.
Henry feels proud, and he tells himself that he has become a man, that he has approached the great death and has survived. Still a brief memory of the tattered man nags at his conscience, reminding the reader that Henry’s mother had been more perceptive than Henry when she had told him that he was just a little part of the whole army and had urged him to do what is right at all times. Henry now sees his abandonment of the tattered soldier as a “sin,” and in the end of the last chapter, he is still trying to deal with his action: “Yet gradually he mustered force to put the sin at a distance” (Crane 135).
Indd 47 10/14/11 9:47 AM Bloom’s How to Write about Stephen Crane McDermott, John J. 3 (1968): 324–31. Mitchell, Lee Clark. ” New Essays on The Red Badge of Courage. Ed. Lee Clark Mitchell. New York: Cambridge UP, 1986. Nagel, James. Stephen Crane and Literary Impressionism. University Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 1980. indd 48 10/14/11 9:47 AM HOW TO WRITE ABOUT STEPHEN CRANE Stephen Crane (November , –June , ) enjoyed worldwide recognition during his short life of twenty-eight years, seven months, and four days.