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"nothing more and nothing less than the truthful treatment of material."
realism.
the leading american realist.
howells.
the two forces that work on man in naturalism.
heredity and enviornment.
the four american writers considered naturalist.
crane, london, norris, dreiser.
the leading french naturalist who is called the father of naturalism.
zola.
painted "the northeaster".
homer.
painted "the scream of shrapnel at san juan hill, cuba".
remington.
the first stop for immigrants coming into NYC.
ellis island.
the first stop for immigrants coming to the west coast.
angel island.
the shame of cities.
steffens.
how the other half of lives.
jacob riis.
looking backward.
bellamy.
muckrackers.
those whose unpleasent task was to rake over the corruption in american society and so expose it to light.
had 14 siblings.
crane.
father was a methodist minister.
crane.
lived in new jersey.
crane.
wanted to play probaseball.
crane.
worked for a new york newspaper.
crane.
reporter in the greco-turkish war.
crane.
died of tb at the age of 28.
crane.
maggie,a girl of the streets.
crane.
red badge of courage.
crane.
a story of "urban squalor".
crane. (maggie, a girl in the streets.)
"the openboat."
crane.
"funny they don't see us."
crane. (the openboat.)
"if i'm going to be drowned.."
crane.
war is kind.
crane.
born in virgina; age ten, moved to nebraska.
cather.
attended university of nebraska.
cather.
high school english teacher.
cather.
"the troll garden".
cather.
managing editor of mcclure's magazine.
cather.
o pioneers!
cather.
the song of the lark.
cather.
my antonia.
cather.
death comes for the archbishop.
cather.
shadows on the rock.
cather.
the sculptor's funeral.
cather.
harvey merrick.
cather. (the sculptor's funeral.)
jim laird.
cather. (the sculptor's funeral.)
born in san francisco.
london.
father was an astrologer.
london.
mother was a medium.
london.
quit school at the age of 14.
london.
illegal "oyster pirate".
london.
shipped on a sealing voyage to japan.
london.
marched with an "army" of unemployed men across half the country to publicize their cause.
london.
"ridden the rods" as a hobo.
london.
jailed as a vagrant.
london.
became a formidable drunkard and all-around tough before the age of 18.
london.
read for up to 19 hours each day.
london.
attended college for one semester then left to look for gold.
london.
the call of the wild.
london.
the sea-wolf.
london.
martin eden.
london.
to build a fire.
london.
grew up in gardiner, maine.
robinson.
robinson's fictional town.
tilbury town.
lived in greenwich village, ny.
robinson.
the torrent and the night before.
robinson.
the children of the night.
robinson.
the town down the river.
robinson.
roosevelt got this author a job and furthered his career.
robinson.
recieved 3 pulitzers for poetry in the 1920s.
robinson.
regarded as the greatest living american poet in the 1920s.
robinson.
considered the foremost figure in "new poetry".
robinson.
merlin.
robinson.
lancelot.
robinson.
tristram.
robinson.
master of dramatic monologue perfected by english poet robert brown.
robinson.
richard cory.
robinson.
miniver cheevy.
robinson.
mr flood's party.
robinson.
born in ks.
masters.
grew up in illinois.
masters.
became a chicago lawyer.
masters.
william reedy gave masters what?
epigrams from greek anthology.
masters' fictional place.
spoon rivers.
spoon river.
masters. (anthology)
george gray.
masters.
lucinda matlock.
masters.
fiddler jones.
masters.
across spoon river.
masters. (autobiography)
born in dayton, ohio.
dunbar.
son of former slaves.
dunbar.
first black writer to attain national prominence.
dunbar.
first to support himself wholly by his writings.
dunbar.
dunbar's achievements in high school.
-president of literary society.
-class poet.
-editor of school paper.
-only black student.
elevator operator.
dunbar.
james whitcomb riley helped this author advance in his career as a poet.
dunbar.
oak and ivy.
dunbar.
majors and minors.
dunbar.
lyrics and lowly life.
dunbar.
douglass.
dunbar.
life's tragedy.
dunbar.