Stephen Crane was born after the war and lived for 28 years. He believed that human beings are ____moved by outer forces, free will is an illusion. He was born in ___ ____, his father was a minister, and he attended Syracuse University. His first novel was Maggie: a ____ ___ __ _____, then he published The ____ _____ of Courage. His free verse was issued in The Black Rider and in ____ ___ _____. His experiences as a reporter in Mexico, the American West, and Florida provided material for "The Blue Hotel" and "The Open _____." He met with famous writers including H.G. Wells, Joseph Conrad and Henry _____. He became ill with _____ and died in Germany. His works express his contempt for war, despite him not experiencing the Civil War firsthand.
pawns, New Jersey, girl of the street, red badge, war is kind, boat, james, tuberculosis