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Maggie: A Girl of the Streets

Stephen Crane (1871-1900)

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1. 01 – Chapter 1
2. 02 – Chapter 2
3. 03 – Chapter 3
4. 04 – Chapter 4
5. 05 – Chapter 5
6. 06 – Chapter 6
7. 07 – Chapter 7
8. 08 – Chapter 8
9. 09 – Chapter 9
10. 10 – Chapter 10
11. 11 – Chapter 11
12. 12 – Chapter 12
13. 13 – Chapter 13
14. 14 – Chapter 14
15. 15 – Chapter 15
16. 16 – Chapter 16
17. 17 – Chapter 17
18. 18 – Chapter 18
19. 19 – Chapter 19

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Summary

Stephen Crane’s first novel, Maggie: A Girl of the Streets has been called “the first dark flower of American Naturalism” for its distinctive elements of naturalistic fiction. The chief character, Maggie, descends into prostitution after being led astray by her lover. Rather than focusing on those that make up the very rich or middle class, the novel highlights the deplorable living conditions of the working class during the so-called Gilded Age in New York’s Bowery.