Stephen Crane Biography

Stephen Crane was born in Newark, New Jersey on November 1, 1871. Stephen was the last of 14 children. His father a Methodist Minister died when he was nine. Stephen never cared much for school. He became well known as a social critic, journalist, and as a poet. He was original in his field of work. Crane attended Claverack College also the Hudson River Institute, and the University of Syracuse for one semester where he was most known for playing baseball.
Crane was obsessed with war and any form of violence. In 1891 he started writing for newspapers in the New York area. Stephen Cranes first work was a novel called Maggie: A Girl of The Streets. Then Crane wrote the Red Badge Of Courage, ...

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including H.G. Wells and Henry James. Crane also covered the Spanish American War for Joseph Pulitzer’s New York World. During the last few years of his life, he was in debt and
suffering from tuberculosis. He died on June 5, 1900 while he was in Germany he was only 29.
Some of Cranes most famous works are The Red Badge Of Courage (1895), The Blue Hotel (1898), and War is Kind and Other Lines (1899). Stephen Crane also wrote Maggie a Girl of the Streets (1896). The Open Boat (1898), and Active Service ...

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