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by Renate von Bardeleben,Klaus H. Schmidt,Theodore Dreiser
rises completely out of the commonplace, and becomes something new, illuminating and heretical
rises completely out of the commonplace, and becomes something new, illuminating and heretical. It differs enormously from the customary travel books: it is not a mere description of places and people, but a revelation of their impingement upon an exceptional and almost eccentric personality. H. L. Mencken "For everywhere goes he watches people with a terrible curiosity about them that never rests until he has their secrets
Theodore Dreiser, novelist who was the outstanding American practitioner of naturalism. Dreiser recorded his experiences on a trip to Europe in A Traveler at Forty (1913)
Theodore Dreiser, novelist who was the outstanding American practitioner of naturalism. He was the leading figure in a national literary movement that replaced the observance of Victorian notions of propriety with the unflinching presentation of real-life subject matter. Dreiser recorded his experiences on a trip to Europe in A Traveler at Forty (1913). In his next major novel, The ‘Genius’ (1915), he transformed his own life and numerous love affairs into a sprawling chronicle that was censured by the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice.
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Theodore Herman Albert Dreiser (/ˈdraɪsər, -zər/; August 27, 1871 – December 28, 1945) was an American novelist and journalist of the naturalist school. His novels often featured main characters who succeeded at their objectives despite a lack of a firm moral code, and literary situations that more closely resemble studies of nature than tales of choice and agency. Dreiser's best known novels include Sister Carrie (1900) and An American Tragedy (1925).
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Before publishing Dreiser's European travel book in 1913, the Century . Renate von Bardeleben, a professor of American literature at the University.
the pregnant observations of an old hand at looking, the sharp remarks and annotations of the creator of Hurstwood, Cowperwood and Pere Gerhardt. The book rises completely out of the commonplace, and becomes something new, illuminating and heretical.
by. Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945.
In the work, Dreiser was interested in exposing the flaws in the seamless fabric of the .
In the work, Dreiser was interested in exposing the flaws in the seamless fabric of the American Dream. 1919; The Collected Plays of Theodore Dreiser, pb. 2000. Poetry: Moods: Cadenced and Declaimed, 1926, 1928; Epitaph: A Poem, 1929; The Aspirant, 1929. Nonfiction: A Traveler at Forty, 1913; A Hoosier Holiday, 1916; Twelve Men, 1919; Hey, Rub-a-Dub-Dub!, 1920; A Book About Myself, 1922 (revised as Newspaper Days, 1931); The Color of a Great City, 1923; Dreiser Looks at Russia, 1928; My City, 1929; Dawn, 1931 (autobiography); Tragic America, 1931; America Is Worth Saving, 1941; Letters of Theodore Dreiser
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Publisher: University of Illinois Press; Dreiser edition (February 23, 2005)
Pages: 991 pages