Wounds in the Rain
by Stephen Crane
Publisher: Frederick A. Stokes Company 1900
Number of pages: 368
For the most part, these tales are episodic, reports of isolated instances -- the profanely humorous experiences of correspondents, the magnificent courage of signalmen under fire, the forgotten adventure of a converted yacht -- but all are instinct with the red fever of war, and are backgrounded with the choking smoke of battle.
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