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Author: Theodore Dreiser
Publisher: New York, Norton [1970]
Series: A Norton critical edition
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Didactic fiction
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945.
Sister Carrie.
New York, Norton [1970]
(DLC) 73116120
(OCoLC)98829
Named Person: Theodore Dreiser
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Theodore Dreiser
OCLC Number: 570461646
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (x, 591 pages).
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: He cleaned out the safe / Chicago Mail --
Clerk and cash both missed / 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 Tribune --
To Theodore Dreiser (May 28, 1900) / Frank Norris --
To Theodore Dreiser (June 8, 1900) / Frank Norris --
To Theodore Dreiser (June 9, 1900) / Walter H. Page --
To Theodore Dreiser (July 14, 1900) / Arthur Henry --
To Arthur Henry (July 18, 1900) / Frank Norris --
To Theodore Dreiser (July 19, 1900) / Arthur Henry --
To Theodore Dreiser (July 19, 1900) / Walter H. Page --
To Arthur Henry (July 23, 1900) / Theodore Dreiser --
To Walter H. Page (July 23, 1900) / Theodore Dreiser --
To Theodore Dreiser (July 26, 1900) / Arthur Henry --
To Theodore Dreiser (July, 1900) / Arthur Henry --
To Theodore Dreiser (August 2, 1900) / Walter H. Page --
To Walter H. Page (August 6, 1900) / Theodore Dreiser --
To Theodore Dreiser (August, 1900) / Arthur Henry --
To Theodore Dreiser (August 15, 1900) / Walter H. Page --
To Theodore Dreiser (September 4, 1900) / F.N. Doubleday --
To F.N. Doubleday (after September 4, 1900) / Theodore Dreiser --
To Frank Norris (December, 1900) / Theodore Dreiser --
To Theodore Dreiser (January 28, 1901) / Frank Norris --
Author of Sister Carrie / St. Louis Post-Dispatch --
To Theodore Dreiser (February 9, 1905) / S.A. Everitt --
To Fremont Older (November 27, 1923) / Theodore Dreiser --
To Franklin Walker (May 4, 1931) / 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 --
A picture of conditions / F.O. Matthiessen --
Theodore Dreiser: the wonder and terror of life / Charles C. Walcutt --
Sister Carrie: an introduction / Kenneth S. Lynn --
A re-examination of Dreiser's Sister Carrie / William J. Handy --
Dreiser and the plotting inarticulate experience / Julian Markels --
Dreiser's Victorian camp / Sheldon N. Grebstein --
The imagery of dreiser's novels / William L. Phillips --
The finesse of Dreiser / Ellen Moers --
Late nineteenth-century American Naturalism / Donald Pizer --
Panoramic environment and the anonymity of the self / Richard Poirer --
The problem of philosophy in the novel / Donald Pizer.
Series Title: A Norton critical edition
Responsibility: Edited by Donald Pizer.

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