Stephen Crane | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Thomas A. Gullason

This literature criticism consists of approximately 17 pages of analysis & critique of Stephen Crane.
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Critical Essay by Thomas A. Gullason

SOURCE: Gullason, Thomas A. “Modern Pictures of War in Stephen Crane's Short Stories.” War, Literature and The Arts (1999): 183-96.

In the following essay, Gullason explores four short stories that he claims provide “pictures of war” that deserve a place next to Crane's more well-known “civilian” stories.

Of his twenty-two short stories dealing with the subject, Stephen Crane composed four “pictures of war” that were and still remain innovative, provocative, and modern, namely “A Mystery of Heroism,” “An Episode of War,” “Death and the Child,” and “The Upturned Face.”1 Collectively, they made a significant contribution to Crane's periodic literary battles against the traditional and stereotyped...

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