Stories And Poems Of Stephen Crane by Stephen Crane

This collection brings together the evocative and profound works of a prominent figure in American literature, known for his realistic and often stark portrayal of the human condition. It features a range of short stories and poems that delve into themes of nature, war, and existential struggle. The author's concise and powerful use of language paints vivid scenes and characters, from the gritty experiences of soldiers in battle to the inner turmoil of individuals facing moral dilemmas. The anthology showcases the writer's talent for capturing the complexities of life and the often harsh realities of the world through a blend of naturalistic narrative and symbolic resonance.

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Total Points: 45

Since this book was first published in 1900, there is a penalty of 0%. The age adjusted score is 45.0.

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