Stephen Crane, Complete PoemsBook - 2011
"In tones alternately sardonic and rueful, Stephen Crane's poems, although small in scale, address immense problems of cosmic justice and the purpose of human life. They are not quite like anything else in American poetry: uncompromisingly harsh, gnomic, deliberately anti-poetic, and shot through with unforgettable phrases and perceptions. Christopher Benfey's edition collects all Crane's poems and provides an introduction illuminating their biographical and cultural context"--Publisher description, p.  of dust jacket.
Publisher: [New York] : The Library of America, 2011.
Branch Call Number: 811/CRANE
Characteristics: xxviii, 166 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Alternative Title: Stephen Crane
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