"The game as it is played" : essays on Theodore Dreiser /
|Main Author:||Pizer, Donald.|
New York :
Modern American literature (New York, N.Y.) ;
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"Game as it is played" : essays on Theodore Dreiser.
Table of Contents:
- Dreiser's career. "True Art Speaks Plainly"; Theodore Dreiser and the Late Nineteenth-Century Debate over Realism and Naturalism; "The Logic of My Life and Work": Another Look at Dreiser's July 20, 1945 Letter to William Z. Foster; Dreiser and the Jews
- Dreiser and American Naturalism. American Literary Naturalism: The Example of Dreiser; Dreiser and the Naturalistic Drama of Consciousness; American Literary Naturalism in Its "Perfected" State: An American Tragedy and The Age of Innocence; The Problem of American Literary Naturalism and Dreiser's Sister Carrie; Late Nineteenth Century American Literary Naturalism: A Re-Introduction
- Dreiser's Works: Theodore Dreiser's "Nigger Jeff": The Development of an Aesthetic; Toward Sister Carrie: The Sources and Nature of Dreiser's Narrative Method; Introduction to New Essays on "Sister Carrie"; An Evolutionary Reading of Sister Carrie; The Text of Sister Carrie; Introduction to Jennie Gerhardt; Otto Weininger and the Sexual Dynamics of Theodore Dreiser's The "Genius"; Crime and Punishment in Dreiser's An American Tragedy: The Legal Debate.