Stephen Crane's 'The Red Badge Of Courage'

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Stephen Crane has produced well written naturalistic books that really explain the motive of his stories to the reader. The most famous of his writings was The Red Badge of Courage which was the idea of the realistic American Civil War. With the inspiration of writing from his religious parents, especially his father and his brother’s journalist job; he was able to publish this novel to later become an American classic literature. Stephen Crane created fifteen short stories and created many poems. His poems would not be as religious as his parents, but instead would make his poems haunting and spiritual causing his poems to become noticeable to the public.His first major success was the short story of Maggie.His works would make his legacy
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