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From: The Pluralistic Philosophy of Stephen Crane[(essay date 1993) In the following excerpt, Dooley examines Crane's poetry and contends that the author's philosophy is theistic, not nihilistic, agnostic, or atheist, as it is often characterized by critics.] I...
From: Papers on Language and Literature[(essay date summer 1996) In the following essay, Pizer addresses the role of the dominant maternal force in George's Mother and discusses Crane's thematic preoccupation with the conflict between the home and the world...
From:Papers on Language & Literature (Vol. 32, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedStephen Crane's three novels written between 1892 and 1894 explore the crossing from home into the world. 'George's Mother' serves as a link between the similar theme in 'Maggie' and 'The Red Badge of Courage.' In...
From:Journal of Modern Literature (Vol. 42, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedAli Smith's novel How to be both (2014) dwells on the formal possibilities and epistemological problems associated with sight. This insistent visuality allows Smith, like other novelists who participate in the ekphrastic...
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