The essays in this volume address a multitude of views on Crane's most famous work, including how the culture clashes over immigration, how industrialization and poverty in the 1890's influenced Crane, and how Jean-Paul Sartre's existentialism can improve our understanding of the novel. One essay offers a comprehensive survey of the multitude of criticism on The Red Badge of Courage. Still others examine the use of humor in the novel, analyze its imagery and discuss Crane's concept of courage and heroism. A brief biography of the author is also included.
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