Cranes most enduring work, the short novel "The Red Badge of Courage" was published in 1895. Though initially not well received in the United States, The Red Badge of Courage was a massive success in England. The attention of the English critics caused many Americans to view the novel with renewed enthusiasm, catapulting the young Crane into international literary prominence. His realistic depictions of war and battle led to many assignments as a foreign correspondent for newspapers, taking him to such locales as Greece, Cuba, and Puerto Rico.
Printed: 129 pages, 6.00" x 9.00", perfect binding, 60# cream interior paper, black and white interior ink , 100# exterior paper, full-color exterior ink
Publisher: Aux Arcs Publications
Copyright: 2006 Aux Arcs Publications