The Blue Hotel | Study Guide

Stephen Crane

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Overview

Author

Stephen Crane

Year published

1898

Type

Short Story

Genre

Fiction, Tragedy

Perspective and Narrator

The events of "The Blue Hotel" are described by a third-person omniscient narrator.

Tense

"The Blue Hotel" is written in the past tense.

About the Title

"The Blue Hotel" refers to the Palace Hotel in Fort Romper, Nebraska. It is painted a light blue, making it stand out against the snowy landscape and attracting the attention of visitors, such as the characters in the story.

Summary

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