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Men, women and boats

by Crane

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1921. Crane, the iconoclastic novelist, poet, short-story writer, journalist, and war correspondent who propelled American literature into the modernist age. His second novel, The Red Badge Of Courage, brought him international fame. Note: A number of the tales and sketches here brought together appear for the first time between covers; others for the first time between covers in this country. All have been gathered from out-of-print volumes and old magazine files. Contents: Stephen Crane: An Estimate; The Open Boat; The Reluctant Voyagers; The End of the Battle; The Upturned Face; An Episode of War; An Experiment in Misery; The Duel That Was Not Fought; A Desertion; A Dark-Brown Dog; The Pace of Youth; Sullivan County Sketches: A Tent in Agony; Four Men in a Cave; The Mesmeric Mountain; The Snake; London Impressions; and The Scotch Express. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty or faded. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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I'd 'a' come home earlier t'night, Dad, on'y that fly foreman, he kep' me in th' shop 'til half-past six. What a fool! He came t' me, yeh know, an' he ses, 'Nell, I wanta give yeh some brotherly advice.' Oh, I know him an' his brotherly advice. 'I wanta give yeh some brotherly advice. Yer too purty, Nell,' he ses, 't' be workin' in this shop an' paradin' through the streets alone, without somebody t' give yeh good brotherly advice, an' I wanta warn yeh, Nell. I'm a bad man, but I ain't as bad as some, an' I wanta warn yeh.' 'Oh, g'long 'bout yer business,' I ses. I know 'im. He's like all of 'em, on'y he's a little slyer. I know 'im. 'You g'long 'bout yer business,' I ses. Well, he ses after a while that he guessed some evenin' he'd come up an' see me.



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