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Sister Carrie : an authoritative text, backgrounds, and sources criticism

Author: Theodore Dreiser; Donald Pizer
Publisher: New York : Norton, ©1991.
Series: Norton critical edition.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Story of Carrie Meeber, an 18-year-old country girl who moves to Chicago and then to New York. She starts out poor and living with her sister but eventually becomes a successful Broadway star.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Didactic fiction
Named Person: Theodore Dreiser; Theodore Dreiser; Theodore Dreiser
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Theodore Dreiser; Donald Pizer
ISBN: 0393960420 9780393960426
OCLC Number: 21334950
Description: x, 580 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: The text of Sister Carrie --
He cleaned out the safe / Chicago Mail --
Clerk and cash / Chicago Tribune --
A woman in the case / Chicago Mail --
A dashing blonde / Chicago Mail --
Hopkins is sorry / Chicago Tribune --
Sisters and suitors / Theodore Dreiser --
Emma's elopement / Theodore Dreiser --
Downfall in the city / Theodore Dreiser --
The fable of the two mandolin players and the willing performer / George Ade --
Chicago / Theodore Dreiser --
New York / Theodore Dreiser --
Reflections / Theodore Dreiser --
Balzac's Paris and Pittsburgh / Theodore Dreiser --
Curious shifts of the poor / Theodore Dreiser --
The man on the sidewalk / Theodore Dreiser --
A street-car strike / Theodore Dreiser --
The strike to-day / Theodore Dreiser --
To H.L. Mencken / Theodore Dreiser --
The composition of Sister Carrie / Dorothy Dudley --
Sister Carrie: Theodore Dreiser / New York Herald --
To Theodore Dreiser / Frank Norris --
To Theodore Dreiser / Frank Norris --
To Theodore Dreiser / Walter H. Page --
To Theodore Dreiser / Arthur Henry --
To Arthur Henry / Frank Norris --
To Theodore Dreiser / Arthur Henry --
To Theodore Dreiser / Walter H. Page --
To Arthur Henry / Theodore Dreiser --
To Walter H. Page / Theodore Dreiser --
To Theodore Dreiser / Arthur Henry --
To Theodore Dreiser / Arthur Henry --
To Theodore Dreiser / Walter H. Page. To Walter H. Page / Theodore Dreiser --
To Theodore Dreiser / Arthur Henry --
To Theodore Dreiser / Walter H. Page --
To Theodore Dreiser / F.N. Doubleday --
To F.N. Doubleday / Theodore Dreiser --
To Frank Norris / Theodore Dreiser --
To Theodore Dreiser / Frank Norris --
Author of Sister Carrie / St. Louis Post-Dispatch --
To Theodore Dreiser / S.A. Everitt --
To Fremont Older / Theodore Dreiser --
To Franklin Walker / F.N. Doubleday --
The early adventures of Sister Carrie / Theodore Dreiser --
The suppression controversy / Dorothy Dudley --
True art speaks plainly / Theodore Dreiser --
Mr. Dreiser / Otis Notman --
To John Howard Lawson / Theodore Dreiser --
Theodore Dreiser: the wonder and terror of life / Charles C. Walcutt --
Sister Carrie: an introduction / Kenneth S. Lynn --
Dreiser and the plotting of inarticulate experience / Julian Markels --
The finesse of Dreiser / Ellen Moers --
The blizzard / Ellen Moers --
Sister Carrie / Robert Penn Warren --
Nineteenth-century American naturalism: an approach through form / Donald Pizer --
The life history of objects: the naturalist novel and the city / Philip Fisher --
Dreiser and the dynamics of American capitalism / Robert Shulman.
Series Title: Norton critical edition.
Responsibility: Theodore Dreiser ; edited by Donald Pizer.

Abstract:

Story of Carrie Meeber, an 18-year-old country girl who moves to Chicago and then to New York. She starts out poor and living with her sister but eventually becomes a successful Broadway star.

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