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New letters 2. Letters to women.

Author: Theodore Dreiser; Thomas P Riggio
Publisher: Urbana Univ. of Illinois Press 2009.
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Theodore Dreiser led a long and controversial life, almost always pursuing some serious question, and not rarely pursuing women. This title gathers letters Dreiser wrote to women between 1893 and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Briefsammlung
Named Person: Theodore Dreiser
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Theodore Dreiser; Thomas P Riggio
ISBN: 9780252033766 0252033760
OCLC Number: 608617262
Description: XXXVI, 392 S. Ill.
Contents: Vol. 2 Letters to women / edited by Thomas P. Riggio.
Responsibility: Theodore Dreiser. [Thomas P. Riggio, gen. ed.]

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"This collection provides an intimate, unfiltered exposure to Dreiser that simply cannot be replicated by a biographer. Any research library would need to own this book." Nancy Shawcrosss, curator of Read more...

 
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