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Men, Women and Boats by Stephen Crane
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Men, Women and Boats

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A collection of tales, sketches and stories by the master of American naturalism and realism Stephen Crane featuring: The Scotch Express, London Impressions, The Snake, The Mesmeric Mountain, A Tent in Agony, The Dark Brown Dog, And Experiment in Misery, and other stories.… (more)

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