by Theodore Dreiser
Publisher: John Lane Co. 1914
Number of pages: 572
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 and enters a series of failed relationships that fall victim to his overwhelming compulsion to control and manipulate the women of his life.
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