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Maggie: A Girl of the Streets

The broad brush portrait of the Bowery is Stephen Crane's Realism at its best. In his effort to portray the life in this environment as unsympathetically as he can, Crane touches the descriptions...

Latest answer posted March 28, 2011, 8:03 am (UTC)

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Maggie: A Girl of the Streets

[Mary was] glowering at her daughter[Maggie] in the gloom. Her eyes seemed to burn balefully. "Yeh've gone teh deh devil, Mag Johnson, yehs knows yehs have gone teh deh devil. Yer a disgrace teh...

Latest answer posted November 4, 2011, 3:01 am (UTC)

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Maggie: A Girl of the Streets

Maggie is a victim of her environment. Born to poverty and to a mother who, because of the dejection of that poverty, has turned to alcohol, Maggie begins life with two strikes against her....

Latest answer posted April 24, 2008, 9:42 pm (UTC)

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Maggie: A Girl of the Streets

Naturalism, a type of literary realism, communicates the idea that there are forces that work against human beings. Among them is nature, as in extreme weather, for example. Other forces that work...

Latest answer posted June 17, 2020, 7:27 pm (UTC)

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