Additional Resources for Sister Carrie by Theodore Dreiser

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Theodore Dreiser, Letters of Theodore Dreiser, edited by Robert H. Elias, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1959. Contains Dreiser's communications with friends over the years. Especially pertinent are the references to Doubleday's suppression of Sister Carrie after it was already in print.

Theodore Dreiser, Sister Carrie, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1981.

This work expands characters Carrie and Hurstwood through a research team's efforts to reconstruct portions of the novel that reviewers edited in the publishing process.

Philip L. Gerber, Plots and Characters in the Fiction of

Theodore Dreiser, Archon, 1977.

A quick reference for students providing a synopsis of every short story and novel by Dreiser as well as details about every character.

Philip L. Gerber, Theodore Dreiser, Twayne, 1964. A good introduction to the life and literature of Dreiser, providing biographical detail as well as critical analysis.

Herbert G. Gutman, Work, Culture, and Society in Industrializing America, Knopf, 1976.

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