Stephen Crane

Standard Name: Crane, Stephen

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Birth Elizabeth Oxenbridge, Lady Tyrwhit
Elizabeth Oxenbridge (later Lady Tyrwhit) was born at a manor called Brede Place (formerly Forde Place), at the village of Brede in East Sussex, into a family of five children (as well as an...
Friends, Associates Ford Madox Ford
Living with his grandfather Ford Madox Brown after his father's death, he met many literary great Victorians at an early age. During his early married life he got to know H. G. Wells , Joseph Conrad
Literary responses Ouida
In a Book Buyer article of January 1897, American novelist and short story writer Stephen Crane called this novel Ouida's Masterpiece and a song of the brave. He particularly liked the character Cigarette, a figure...
Literary responses Ouida
Writing in the year of its publication, Max Beerbohm argued that the reason for the unusually cordial reception
Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism. Gale Research, 1978.
43: 361
accorded this novel was not (as Ouida's newly warm critics had suggested) that she had...
Literary responses Ouida
In An Appreciation of Ouida, Street singled out for praise her genuine and passionate love of beauty . . . and a genuine and passionate hatred of injustice and oppression. Although he noted that...
Reception Ouida
Three essays appeared, all by male critics, commending Ouida 's novels: by G. S. Street in The Yellow Book, Stephen Crane in Book Buyer, and Max Beerbohm in the Saturday Review.
Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism. Gale Research, 1978.
43: 360, 361
Textual Production Christine Brooke-Rose
Here she examines Stephen Crane , Nathaniel Hawthorne , Ezra Pound , and W. H. Auden , as examples of the role and operation of poets or fiction writers who also produce criticism.
Textual Production Willa Cather
WC 's essay on Stephen Crane 's Wounds in the Rain, written in January 1926, exemplifies (like her earlier essay on Defoe) her willingness to sound critical even of canonical names.
Cather, Willa. On Writing. Tennant, StephenEditor , Alfred A. Knopf, 1949.
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