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Sister Carrie

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 150 Ratings and 138 Reviews

Book Description
Sister Carrie, Theodore Dreiser's revolutionary first novel, was published in 1900--sort of. The story of Carrie Meeber, an 18-year-old country girl who moves to Chicago and becomes a kept woman, was strong stuff at the turn of the century, and what Dreiser's wary publisher released was a highly expurgated version. Times change, and we now have a restored "author's cut" of Sister Carrie that show... More
Book Information
PublisherAirmont Publishing
BindingPaperback (197 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-100804901473
ISBN-13978-0804901475
Publication Date07/1963
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About Theodore Dreiser (Author) : Theodore Dreiser is a published author. Some of the published credits of Theodore Dreiser include An American Tragedy, Sister Carrie, Sister Carrie.
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7/30/2008 veronica Davids said: My dad loaned this book to me. It is interesting to read about times past and how difficult life was for the average young woman (or man) who has no skills or connections in a new town.
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