Online Resources for Teachers and
WordSeer (U C Berkeley) (http://wordseer.berkeley.edu/stephen_crane/view.php) is a database of Crane's works that allows searching, heat maps, and much more.
Crane" by Donald Vanouse (from the Literary Encyclopedia)
Search of the Real Stephen Crane" by Paul Sorrentino CEA
Forum, Summer 2000.
Crane by Donald Vanouse, from the Heath Anthology instructor's
sketch of Crane and a bibliography by Donald Vanouse at the Heath
The C-SPAN Booknotes site provides a transcript
of the interview with Linda Davis, author of Badge of Courage:
The Life of Stephen Crane.
Professor Paul Reuben's page
on Crane at his Perspectives in American Literature site
includes an extensive bibliography.
Although it does not directly discuss Crane's writings, this
page on historic
battlefields of the Civil War offers 360 degree panoramic views
of major battlefields.
of Congress page on Crane contains quotations from him and from
Stephen Crane and the Commodore
Haven Teachers Institute has an online lesson plan for teaching The
Red Badge of Courage.
Stephen Crane Research Guide by Rob Bain is geared toward undergraduate researchers and includes annotated entries on print and online materials.
site includes study questions on "The Blue Hotel."
bibliography on "The Blue Hotel"
A Stephen Crane Crossword Puzzle.
Discussion questions on "The
questions on "The Blue Hotel" (Word document from Delhi University)
A lesson plan on Crane and London from the NEH Edsitement site.
on Crane for K-12 teachers
Photo of Claverack College and Hudson River Institute, the school
which Crane begins attending in January 1888. Image reproduced
Crane Log: A Documentary Life of Stephen Crane, 1871-1900, by
Stanley Wertheim and Paul Sorrentino (New York: G. K. Hall, 1994),
page 256. Original in the collection of Stanley Wertheim.
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