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Crane, Stephen. "I walked in a desert".


- the speaker cries to God and pleads to be taken from the desert he walks in

- there is a voice insisting that this is no desert



- brief, simple; written in an unpoetic, commonly used language

- reminds the reader that there is higher authority than man

- may suggest that man has no right to call God's creation ugly or unpleasant because if it really were so, God would probably not have created it


  • Author

    Crane, Stephen. (1871 - 1900).
  • Full Title

    Untitled, the first line is used for identification.
  • Form


Works Cited

Crane, Stephen. "I walked in a desert". In: The Norton Anthology of American Literature. Ed. Nina Baym et al. NY: Norton, 1989.


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