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The best short stories of Theodore Dreiser

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Published by Elephant Paperbacks in Chicago .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesBest short stories.
Statementedited with an introduction by Howard Fast.
ContributionsFast, Howard, 1914-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3507.R55 B47 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination349 p. ;
Number of Pages349
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2248897M
ISBN 100929587030
LC Control Number89124530

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In his stories and in such landmark novels as Sister Carrie and An American Tragedy, Theodore Dreiser (–) defied literary propriety and broke new ground in American fiction by focusing on life as it is, rather than as it ought to be. Sherwood Anderson, introducing a collection of Dreiser stories, said of him: "If there is a modern movement in American prose writing, a movement toward /5(4). The book consists of five ally the first three are so Lost Phoebe;the third story,is one of the most poignant and touching stories I have ever a naturalist,Dreiser's stylie is sometimes rather intricate and you may have to struggle with ambigious sentences,but it delves into human spirit the very beginning Sherwood Anderson gives an.

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Theodore Dreiser (–) worked as a newspaperman in St. Louis, Chicago, Pittsburgh, and New York, but he is best remembered for his fiction, notably Sister Carrie, An American Tragedy, and the "Trilogy of Desire" (The Financier, The Titan, and The Stoic).Cited by: 3. The Best Short Stories of Theodore Dreiser includes 14 stories for you to read, review and poke fun at — because, if anything, the collection makes us thankful to live in a time that has distanced itself from awful stereotypes and even worse story titles.

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Genre/Form: Short stories Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dreiser, Theodore, Best short stories. Cleveland, World Pub. [©]. In his stories and in such landmark novels as Sister Carrie and An American Tragedy, Theodore Dreiser (–) defied literary propriety and broke new ground in American fiction by focusing on life as it is, rather than as it ought to be.

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National Federation of the Blind. American : Dreiser's reputation has increased instrumentally over the years. His best book and first popular success, An American Tragedy (), is now considered a major American novel, and his other works are widely taught in college courses.

Like Sister Carrie, An American Tragedy also tells the story of an ambitious young person from the Midwest.1/5(2). Theodore Dreiser Awards. Theodore Dreiser received the American Academy of Arts and Letters Award of Merit in He received a Nobel Prize Nomination in but he lost to Sinclair Lewis.

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Theodore Dreiser $ - $ The Stoic. Theodore Dreiser A Book About Myself. Theodore Dreiser $ - $ Great American Short Stories 3. Theodore Dreiser $ His two last novels, The Bulwark () and The Stoic (), appeared soon afterward, along with The Best Short Stories of Theodore Dreiser ().

Several works drawn from Dreiser's unpublished papers and diaries appeared in later years, notably Letters of Theodore Dreiser (), Theodore Dreiser: A Selection of Uncollected Prose ( 3/5(5).

Theodore Dreiser - Theodore Dreiser - Works: Dreiser’s first novel, Sister Carrie (), is a work of pivotal importance in American literature despite its inauspicious launching.

It became a beacon to subsequent American writers whose allegiance was to the realistic treatment of any and all subject matter. Sister Carrie tells the story of a rudderless but pretty small-town girl who comes. Theodore Dreiser ( - ) is considered one of the great American novelists from early in the 20th century, along with Edith Wharton, Stephen Crane, and Jack influenced a number of writers, including Sherwood Anderson.

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