"The Awakening"( Kate Chopin ), "Yellow Wallpaper "( Charlotte Gilman ) & "Roman Fever" ( Edith Wharton )
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From the Paper:"The purpose of this research is to examine Stephen Crane's use of literary realism and literary naturalism in The Red Badge of Courage and "The Open Boat." The plan of the research will be to set forth the pattern of ideas in each work and then to discuss ways in which each story creates a picture of the events and of the behavior and thoughts of the people involved in them.
The pattern of ideas emerging in The Red Badge of Courage is in large measure a function of the emergence of the psychologially authentic temperament in Henry Fleming, the central characer. The progression of events in the novel describes a voyage of self-discovery, i.e., the discovery of an authentic, realistic self, as opposed to a romantic notion of the self. In each suceeding episode, Fleming attains increasing insight into his own nature and into the nature of the world, which provides a great "
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