Definition of Crane, Stephen in English:

Crane, Stephen

Syllabification: Crane, Stephen
Pronunciation: /
 
krān/
( 1871–1900), US writer. He is well known for the novel, The Red Badge of Courage (1895), a study of an inexperienced soldier during the Civil War. It was hailed as a masterpiece of psychological realism, even though Crane himself had no personal war experience.

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