Maggie: A Girl of the Streets by Stephen Crane. Anlyzes the use and necessity of violence by Crane in the novel
Stephen Crane's Necessary Violence
The violence Stephen Crane depicts in his novel, Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, permeated the environment, which in turn caused the residents of the Bowery to become violent toward each other. There was so much violence in the air that young children fought even younger children; parents beat their own children; and even children fought their parents.
The populace of the Bowery was most definitely affected by their surroundings. The Bowery, with shabby tenements and little money, brought most of its inhabitants to violence. The area was a very poor p…
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