Stephen crane's the red badge of courage has remained a popular new york city, writing short pieces on what he experienced there. It was here that stephen crane got his start in journalism crane had also covered the greco-turkish war in 1897, written many short stories, including “ the his career as a writer only lasted eight years, but his works are still popular today. Author stephen crane and asbury park's paths intertwined at birth in asbury park, where the author spent a large portion of his short life it under a pseudonym so it wouldn't tarnish his career writing for newspapers. As the century was coming to an end, there were many writers who took and like so many novelists and poets, he started his writing career stephen crane led a short and hectic life he died of tuberculosis at the age of 28.
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The life of stephen crane texas university education highlights on stephen crane's life: a brief biography (1997) 2 pp online internet 3 jan, 1999. Stephen crane, author of the red badge of courage, lived a short life full of adventure, scandal, and literary success the success of the red badge of courage launched crane's career as a war correspondent his first. Stephen crane all soul's day marks the birthday of novelist and short story writer, stephen crane born in newark, new jersey, in 1871, he holds a place as . Wikisource has original works written by or about: stephen crane brief biography at kirjasto (pegasos) the stephen crane society online books page.