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The Complete Short Stories of Stephen Crane - 100+ Tales & Novellas: Maggie The Open Boat Blue Hotel The Monster The Little Regiment… - cover

The Complete Short Stories of Stephen Crane - 100+ Tales & Novellas: Maggie The Open Boat Blue Hotel The Monster The Little Regiment…

Stephen Crane

Publisher: e-artnow

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This meticulously edited short story collection is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents:
Table of Contents:
Maggie: A Girl of the Streets
George's Mother
The Third Violet
The Monster
The Little Regiment and Other Episodes from the American Civil War:
The Little Regiment
Three Miraculous Soldiers
A Mystery of Heroism
An Indiana Campaign
A Grey Sleeve
The Veteran
The Open Boat and Other Stories:
The Open Boat
A Man and Some Others
The Bride comes to Yellow Sky
The Wise Men
The Five White Mice
Flanagan and His Short
Filibustering Adventure
Horses
Death and the Child
An Experiment in Misery
The Men in the Storm
The Dual that was not Fought
An Ominous Baby
A Great Mistake
An Eloquence of Grief
The Auction
The Pace of Youth
A Detail
Blue Hotel
His New Mittens
Whilomville Stories:
The Angel Child
Lynx-Hunting
The Lover and the Telltale
"Showin' Off"
Making an Orator
Shame
The Carriage-Lamps
The Knife
The Stove
The Trial, Execution, and Burial of Homer Phelps
The Fight
The City Urchin and the Chaste Villagers
A Little Pilgrimage
Wounds in the Rain – War Stories:
The Price of the Harness
The Lone Charge of William B. Perkins
The Clan of No-Name
God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen
The Revenge of the Adolphus
The Sergeant's Private Madhouse
Virtue in War
Marines Signalling under Fire at Guantanamo
This Majestic Lie
War Memories
The Second Generation
Great Battles of the World:
Vittoria
The Siege of Plevna
The Storming of Burkersdorf Heights
A Swede's Campaign in Germany
The Storming of Badajoz
The Brief Campaign Against New Orleans
The Battle of Solferino
The Battle of Bunker Hill
Last Words:
The Reluctant Voyagers
Spitzbergen Tales
Wyoming Valley Tales
London Impressions
New York Sketches
The Assassins in Modern Battles
Irish Notes
Sullivan County Sketches
Miscellaneous
Other Short Stories:
The Black Dog
A Tent in Agony
An Experiment in Luxury
The Judgement of the Sage
The Scotch Express
Marines Signaling Under Fire at Guantanamo
Twelve O'Clock
The Great Boer Trek
A Dark-Brown Dog
Manacled
The Woof of Thin Red Threads

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