Our Study Guide to Sister Carrie by Theodore Dresier encourages students to dig deeper in their understanding of great works of literature. #MasterTheText
As a novel of the turn of the 20th Century, Sister Carrie, by Theodore Dreiser moved away from Victorian era values and towards naturalism, realism, and instincts of human thought and behavior. Moreover, this first novel introduces readers to a common theme Dresier addresses: the individual against universal forces. This Study Guide to Sister Carrie by Theodore Dresier explores the context and history of Dresier’s classic work, helping students to thoroughly explore the reasons it has stood the literary test of time. Available now on Amazon!
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