See also:American writer, was
See also:born at Newark, New Jersey, on the 1st of
See also:November 187o, and was educated at
See also:College and Syracuse University . His first
See also:story, Maggie, a Girl of the Streets, was published in 1891, but his greats it success was made with The Red Badge of Courage (1896), a brilliant and highly realistic, though of course imaginary, description of the experiences of a private in the
See also:Civil War . He was also the author of various other stories, and acted as a war correspondent in the
See also:Turkish War (1897) and the
See also:Spanish American War (1898) . His
See also:health became seriously affected in
See also:Cuba, and on his return he settled down in England . He died at
See also:Badenweiler, Germany, on the 5th of
See also:June 190o .
CRANE (in Dutch, Kraan; O. Ger. Kraen; cognate, as ...
WALTER CRANE (1845– )
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