The Blue Hotel stephen crane 1898
The story set in the Palace Hotel, which is near a train station in Fort Romper in the rural Nebraska. The hotel was painted blue by its proprietor, Scully, which was a derived illusion of attraction to its passers-by. The story begins when Scully invites three visitors to find shelter at the hotel, a New Yorker named Swede, a Westerner named Bill and an Easterner named Blanc. The Swede was however rather strange from the rest, he was silent and displayed a sense of fear and appeared as if he was making secret judgments about the other men. He seemed rather nervous as if he was expecting to be attacked by those men when they invited him to play a game of cards.The gambler was however not as cool as the men he left in the hotel. He eventually stabs the Swede to death. The tale ends with a discussion where the Easterner, Johnny, and the Westerner all came to a conclusion that they all contributed to the passing of the Swede, starting with Johnny, who was truly cheating in the game of car...
THE BLUE HOTEL
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