Definition of Theodore dreiser
1. Noun. United States novelist (1871-1945).
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Literary usage of Theodore dreiser
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Contemporary American Novelists, 1900-1920 by Carl Van Doren (1922)
"theodore dreiser Much concerned about wisdom as theodore dreiser is, he almost wholly lacks the dexterous knowingness which has marked the mass of fiction ..."
2. Contemporary American Novelists, 1900-1920 by Carl Van Doren (1922)
"... Much concerned about wisdom as theodore dreiser is, he almost wholly lacks the dexterous knowingness which has marked the mass of fiction in the age of ..."
3. The Men who Make Our Novels by Charles Crittenton Baldwin (1919)
"CHAPTER VIII theodore dreiser There is no mention of theodore dreiser in Professor Phelps' latest guide to literature, The Advance of the English Novel; ..."
4. The Best Short Stories of ... and the Yearbook of the American Short Story edited by Edward Joseph Harrington O'Brien (1917)
"... BY theodore dreiser From The Century Magazine THEY lived together in a part of the country which was not so prosperous as it had once been, ..."
5. On Contemporary Literature by Stuart Pratt Sherman (1917)
"m THE BARBARIC NATURALISM OF theodore dreiser THE layman who listens reverently to the reviewers discussing the new novels and to the novelists discussing ..."
6. Facts, Thought, and Imagination: A Book on Writing by Henry Seidel Canby, Frederick Erastus Pierce, Willard Higley Durham (1917)
"... ART AND AMERICA1 By theodore dreiser I DO not pretend to speak with any historic or sociologic knowledge of the sources of the American ethical, ..."