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The Providence of Wit

Aspects of Form in Augustan Literature and the Arts


Martin C. Battestin

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Paradigm and Parody

Images of Creativity in French Romanticism - Vigny, Hugo, Balzac, Gautier, Musset


Henry F. Majewski

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Pyramid of Bone



Thylias Moss

Although many of Moss’s poems discuss race and gender, these subjects are, explains scholar Langdon Hammer, simply "starting points for her work…her poetry makes such facts of identity seem unfamiliar, their meanings not to be predicted, unavailable to the naked eye." Known for startling metaphors... More


Unmentionable Cuisine



Calvin W. Schwabe

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The Providence of Wit

Aspects of Form in Augustan Literature and the Arts


Martin C. Battestin

By exploring the relationship between the idea of Nature and the idea of Art in the period from 1660-1760, this study attempts to account for the distinctive quality of the 'Augustan mode' in literature in arts. Before what Pope envisioned as the apocalypse of modernism occurred, artists and... More


The Third Violet and Active Service



Stephen Crane. Introduction by J. C. Levenson

Volume III of The Works of Stephen Crane presents two of Crane's novels, The Third Violet and Active Service.


The Works of Stephen Crane

Poems and Literary Remains


Stephen Crane. Introduction by James B. Colvert

The tenth and last volume of The Works of Stephen Cranecontains all of his known poetry and all of his known independent unfinished manuscripts, including the poetry collections The Black Riders and Other Lines and War is Kind,uncollected poems, and literary remains.


The Red Badge of Courage



Stephen Crane. Introduction by J. C. Levenson

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The Works of Stephen Crane

Tales, Sketches, and Reports


Stephen Crane. Introduction by Edwin H. Cady

Volume VIII of The Works of Stephen Crane brings togther all of Crane's stories and sketches not printed in Volumes V, VI, and VII, together with all his journalism not printed in Volume IX. This completes the publication of Crane's shorter works, estabished or attributed, that were not left... More


The Works of Stephen Crane

Reports of War


Stephen Crane. Introduction by James B. Colvert

Volume IX of The Works of Stephen Crane brings together all of Crane's known newspaper war dispatches from Greece, Florida, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and England, and to these appends the series "Great Battles of the World" first printed in Lippincot's Magazine and posthumously published in collected book... More


The Works of Stephen Crane

The O'Ruddy


Stephen Crane. Introduction by J. C. Levenson

Volume IV of The Works of Stephen Crane presents the romance The O'Ruddy, the work written by Crane but left unfinished at his death and completed b Robert Barr.


The Works of Stephen Crane

Tales of War


Stephen Crane. Introduction by James B. Colvert

Volume VI of The Works of Stephen Crane brings together all of Crane's published short stories concerned with war, except "Death and the Child" (inlcuded in Volume V of this series). The stories are arranged in chronological order of their collected publication. Contents: The Little Regiment, "An... More


Tales of Whilomville: "The Monster," "His New Mittens," Whilomville Stories



Stephen Crane. Introduction by J. C. Levenson

Stephen Crane's tales of Whilomville range in form from his last great short novel "The Monster" to some of the simplest sketches he ever wrote. But as the stories began to accumulate, Crane saw them as constituting a single group. Volume VII of The Works of Stephen Crane brings together "The... More


Bowery Tales, Maggie, and George's Mother



Stephen Crane. Introduction by James B. Colvert

The first volume in The Works of Stephen Crane contains Crane's Bowery Tales, including Maggie: A Girl of the Streets and George's Mother.


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