e-books in Theodore Dreiser category
by Theodore Dreiser - Boni and Liveright , 1923
In stories such as Six O'Clock, The City Awakes and The Waterfront, the author returns the reader to turn-of-the-century New York with his early memories of the city. Also they represent certain phases which now are fast vanishing or are no more.
by Theodore Dreiser - John Lane Co. , 1914
Dreiser presents the story of Frank Cowperwood, a turn of the century financier who desires to use his power and influence to force his will on a city by bribery and coercion. Despite his power and wealth he is unable to love ...
by Theodore Dreiser - Feedbooks , 1900
Sister Carrie is a novel by Theodore Dreiser about a young country girl who moves to the big city where she starts realizing her own American Dream by first becoming a mistress to men that she perceives as superior and later as a famous actress.
by Theodore Dreiser - Feedbooks , 1915
Theodore Dreiser heavily invested himself in The Genius, an autobiographical novel first published in 1915. Thoroughly immersed in the turn-of-the-century art scene, The Genius explores the multiple conflicts between art and business.
by Theodore Dreiser - Harper & Brothers , 1911
Novel by Theodore Dreiser, it exemplifies the naturalism of which Dreiser was a proponent, telling the unhappy story of a working-class woman who accepts all the adversity life visits on her and becomes the mistress of two wealthy and powerful men.
by Theodore Dreiser - Harper , 1912
Based on the life of flamboyant financier C.T. Yerkes, Dreiser's portrayal of the unscrupulous magnate Cowperwood embodies the idea that behind every great fortune there is a crime. Dreiser's great intensity gives this portrait a powerful reality.
by Theodore Dreiser - Feedbooks , 1925
A bestseller, this novel is the culmination of Dreiser's powerful fictional art. Starting from a murder case, the author immersed himself in the social background of the crime to write a book that is both a reportage and a study of character.