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Stephen Crane : an annotated bibliography of secondary scholarship / Patrick K. Dooley.

By: Dooley, Patrick Kiaran.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Toronto : New York : G.K. Hall ; Maxwell Macmillan Canada ; Maxwell Macmillan International, c1992Description: xix, 321 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 081617265X (alk. paper); 9780816172658 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Crane, Stephen, 1871-1900 -- Criticism and interpretation -- BibliographyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Stephen Crane.DDC classification: 813/.4 LOC classification: Z8198.2 | .D66 1992 | PS1449.C85
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Reference Book University of Texas At Tyler
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Includes index.

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This comprehensive and well-written annotated bibliography includes "everything written in English on Crane and his works from 1901 to 1991" except unpublished dissertations. It supplements two well-known Crane studies: Robert W. Stallman's Stephen Crane: A Critical Bibliography (CH, Jul'73) and Richard M. Weatherford's Stephen Crane: The Critical Heritage (CH, Mar'74). Dooley (The Pluralistic Philosophy of Stephen Crane, 1992), consulted a variety of both print and nonprint sources. Chapters on biography and criticism appear first, followed by chapters on Crane's major publications, the longest chapter being devoted to The Red Badge of Courage. Especially useful to advanced researchers are the final four chapters covering Crane's style, manuscripts, letters, and other bibliographies about Crane. Excellent annotations cite the quality of the sources. Each chapter has an overview highlighting the most significant books and articles. A chronology of Crane's life precedes the text and two appendixes follow it, including lists of indexes and journals consulted. An index cross-references names in the text. Highly recommended for all academic libraries. L. H. Cherepon; St. John's University (NY)

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