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Selected Bibliography on Stephen Crane's The Monster 

Anderson, Margaret P. "A Note on 'John Twelve' in Stephen Crane's the Monster." American Notes and Queries 15 (1976): 23-24.

Bellman, Samuel I. "A Reader's Guide to the Short Stories of Stephen Crane." Studies in Short Fiction 35.1 (1998): 106-09. "A Reader's Guide to the Short Stories of Stephen Crane" by Michael W. Schaefer is reviewed.

Campbell, Donna. Resisting Regionalism: Gender and Naturalism in American Fiction, 1885-1915. Athens, OH: Ohio U P, 1997.

Church, Joseph. "The Black Man's Part in Crane's Monster." American Imago 45.4 (1988): 375.

Cleman, John. "Blunders of Virtue: The Problem of Race in Stephen Crane's 'the Monster'." American Literary Realism 34.2 (2002): 119-34.

Cooley, John R. "'the Monster': Stephen Crane's 'Invisible Man'." Markham Review 5 (1975): 10-14.

Dooley, Patrick K. "The Humanism of Stephen Crane." The Humanist 56.1 (1996): 14.

Evans, Mark W. "Messianic Inversion in Stephen Crane's 'the Monster'." American Literary Realism 31.3 (1999): 58-62.

Foster, Malcolm. "The Black Crepe Veil: The Significance of Stephen Crane's the Monster." International Fiction Review 3 (1976): 87-91.

Fried, Michael. "Realism, Writing, and Disfiguration in Thomas Eakins's Gross Clinic, with a Postscript on Stephen Crane's Upturned Faces." Representations 9 (1985): 33-104.

Giles, Ronald. "Responding to Crane's 'the Monster'." South Atlantic Review 57.2 (1992): 45-55.

Goldsby, Jacqueline Denise. A Spectacular Secret : Lynching in American Life and Literature. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006.
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Gullason, Thomas A. "The Symbolic Unity of 'the Monster'." Modern Language Notes 75.8 (1960): 663-68.

Hafley, James. "'the Monster' and the Art of Stephen Crane." Accent: A Quarterly of New Literature 19 (1959): 159-65.

Hiro, Molly. "How It Feels to Be without a Face: Race and the Reorientation of Sympathy in the 1890's." Novel: A Forum on Fiction 39.2 (2006): 179-203.

Ives, C. B. "Symmetrical Design in Four of Stephen Crane's Stories." Ball State University Forum 10.1 (1969): 17-26.

Kahn, Sy. "Stephen Crane and the Giant Voice in the Night: An Explication of the Monster." Essays in Modern American Literature. Ed. Richard E. Langford: Stetson UP, DeLand Pagination: 35-45, 1963.

Lolordo, Nick. "Possessed by the Gothic: Stephen Crane's 'the Monster'." Arizona Quarterly 57.2 (2001): 33-56.

Lutes, Jean Marie. "Lynching Coverage and the American Reporter-Novelist." American Literary History 19.2 (2007): 456-81.

Marshall, Elaine. "Crane's "The Monster" Seen in Light of Robert Lewis's Lynching." Nineteenth - Century Literature 51.2 (1996): 205-.

Mayer, Charles W. "Social Forms Vs Human Brotherhood in Crane's the Monster." Ball State University Forum 14.3 (1973): 29-37.

McMurray, Price. "Disabling Fictions: Race, History, and Ideology in Crane's "The Monster"." Studies in American Fiction 26.1 (1998): 51-72.

Mitchell, Lee Clark. "Face, Race, and Disfiguration in Stephen Crane's the Monster." Critical Inquiry 17.1 (1990): 174.

Modlin, Charles E., and John R. Byers, Jr. "Stephen Crane's 'the Monster' as Christian Allegory." Markham Review 3 (1973): 110-13.

Morace, Robert A. "Games, Play, and Entertainments in Stephen Crane's 'the Monster'." Studies in American Fiction 9.1 (1981): 65-.

Morgan, William M. "Between Conquest and Care: Masculinity and Community in Stephen Crane's the Monster." Arizona Quarterly 56.3 (2000): 63-92.

Nagel, James. "The Significance of Stephen Crane's 'the Monster'." American Literary Realism 31.3 (1999): 48-57.

Naito, Jonathan Tadashi. "Cruel and Unusual Light: Electricity and Effacement in Stephen Crane's the Monster." The Arizona Quarterly 62.1 (2006): 35-63,141.

Nettels, Elsa. "'Amy Foster' and Stephen Crane's 'the Monster'." Conradiana: A Journal of Joseph Conrad Studies 15.3 (1983): 181-90.

Osborn, Neal J. "Crane's 'the Monster' and 'the Blue Hotel'." Explicator 23 (1964): Item.

Petry, Alice Hall. "Stephen Crane's Elephant Man." Journal of Modern Literature 10.2 (1983): 346-.

Pizer, Donald. "Stephen Crane's 'the Monster' and Tolstoy's What to Do? A Neglected Allusion." Studies in Short Fiction 20.2-3 (1983): 127-29.

Solomon, Eric. Stephen Crane, from Parody to Realism. Cambridge,: Harvard University Press, 1966.PS1449.C85 Z848

Spofford, William K. "Crane's 'the Monster'." Explicator 36.2 (1978): 5-7.

Tennenbaum, Ruth Betsy. "The Artful Monstrosity of Crane's Monster." Studies in Short Fiction 14 (1977): 403-05.

Warner, Michael D. "Value, Agency, and Stephen Crane's 'the Monster'." Nineteenth-Century Fiction 40.1 (1985): 76-93.

Wilson-Jordan, Jacqueline. "Teaching a Dangerous Story: Darwinism and Race in Stephen Crane's 'the Monster'." Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 8.1 (2007): 48-61.

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