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The Fourth Edition offers a broadened and restructured #xE2;#x80;#x9C;Backgrounds and Sources#xE2;#x80;#x9D; section that illuminates the social and intellectual climate of the 1890s and includes thought-provoking material by Jay Martin, Charles J. LaRocca, and Perry Lentz on Crane#xE2;#x80;#x99;s use of the Battle of Chancellorsville.#xE2;#x80;#x9C;Criticism#xE2;#x80;#x9D; includes an expanded introduction by Donald Pizer covering major critical approaches to the novel and fourteen assessments that reflect the revival critical interest in The Red Badge of Courage by, among others, R. W. Stallman, Charles C. Walcutt, John Fraser, Amy Kaplan, John E. Curran Jr., James B. Colvert, and Donald Pizer.
Table of Contents
|A Note on the Text||p. ix|
|The Text of The Red Badge of Courage||p. 1|
|Textual Appendix||p. 105|
|The Manuscript of The Red Badge of Courage: Uncanceled Passages and the Discarded Chapter XII||p. 106|
|Backgrounds and Sources||p. 115|
|Stephen Crane's Life and Times: An Introduction||p. 117|
|[Crane's Life and Times]||p. 117|
|Letters on Art and The Red Badge of Courage||p. 123|
|The Massing of Forces-The Forging of Masses||p. 127|
|The Reorientation of American Culture in the 1890s||p. 139|
|The Red Badge of Courage as a Novel of the Civil War||p. 152|
|[The Historical Setting of The Red Badge of Courage]||p. 152|
|"That Was at Chancellorsville": The Factual Framework of The Red Badge of Courage||p. 155|
|[Private Fleming's Initial Combat at Chancellorsville]||p. 166|
|Chancellorsville, Afternoon of 2 May 1863||p. 175|
|Three Sketches of Chancellorsville from Battles and Leaders of the Civil War||p. 176|
|Photographs of Men of the 124th New York Volunteers||p. 179|
|A Definition of the War Novel||p. 181|
|Tolstoy's Sebastopol and The Red Badge of Courage||p. 187|
|Crane and The Red Badge of Courage: A Guide to Criticism||p. 195|
|Early Estimates||p. 229|
|The Veteran||p. 229|
|A Remarkable Book||p. 233|
|A Controversy in The Dial||p. 241|
|The Green Stone of Unrest||p. 248|
|The Modern Critical Revival||p. 251|
|Stephen Crane: A Revaluation||p. 251|
|The Red Badge of Courage as Myth and Symbol||p. 262|
|[Stephen Crane: Naturalist]||p. 271|
|Crime and Forgiveness: The Red Badge in Time of War||p. 279|
|[Impressionism in The Red Badge of Courage]||p. 291|
|The Red Badge of Courage: Text, Theme, and Form||p. 306|
|The Spectacle of War in Crane's Revision of History||p. 319|
|On Stephen Crane's The Red Badge of Courage||p. 327|
|Nobody seems to know where we go": Uncertainty, History and Irony in The Red Badge of Courage||p. 343|
|Unreal War in The Red Badge of Courage||p. 355|
|Stephen Crane: A Chronology||p. 367|
|Selected Bibliography||p. 373|
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