Why the Short and Rebellious Life of Stephen Crane Still Matters
by Linda H. Davis
Though he quickly became a model of literary celebrity of the sort we would recognize today, Stephen Crane's more crucial legacy is of the pursuit of truth without regard to consequence.
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