Theodore Dreiser

Standard Name: Dreiser, Theodore


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Intertextuality and Influence Charlotte Perkins Gilman
She established Forerunner in response to the repeated rejections that she had received from publishers and editors because of the radical nature of her ideas. Theodore Dreiser 's suggestion that she write for more popular...
Intertextuality and Influence Dora Marsden
In the course of getting the journal off the ground, Marsden also contacted Katherine Mansfield , Charlotte Perkins Gilman , Charlotte Payne-Townshend , Arnold Bennett , and Theodore Dreiser . (Payne-Townshend, wife of G. B. Shaw
Literary responses F. Tennyson Jesse
The novel's conclusion was immediately associated with the sensational Thompson -Bywaters murder case of 1922 (about which René Weis published a study in 1988).
Morgan, Elaine, and F. Tennyson Jesse. “Introduction”. A Pin to See the Peep Show, Virago.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
Critics likened FTJ 's Julia Almond to Flaubert 's...
Occupation Constance Smedley
In her capacity as European representative for the American Everybody's Magazine (edited by John O'Hara Cosgrave ), CS set out to woo various authors including Kenneth Grahame . She writes that she was successful in...
Textual Production Nancy Cunard
The original book was 855 pages long; it measured twelve inches by ten and half; it was two inches thick; it weighed eight pounds. The title, NEGRO, ran diagonally in large red capitals across...


1900: US writer Theodore Dreiser published his...

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US writer Theodore Dreiser published his novelSister Carrie.

December 1925: US author Theodore Dreiser published his...

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December 1925

US author Theodore Dreiser published his novelAn American Tragedy.


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