Dreiser bibliography, 1995

 

Albertine, Susan. “Triangulating Desire in Jennie Gerhardt.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 63-74. 

Anesko, Michael. “Recent Critical Approaches.” The Cambridge Companion to American Realism and Naturalism: Howells to London. Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP, 1995. Ed. Donald Pizer, 77-94.

Angel, Karen. “The Literature of Realism.” Publishers Weekly 8 May 1995: 75-80.

Bardeleben, Renate von. “Central Europe in Travelogues by Theodore Dreiser: Images of Berlin and Vienna.” Images of Central Europe in Travelogues and Fiction by North American Writers. Ed. Waldemar Zacharasiewicz. Transatlantic Perspectives: A Series of Interdisciplinary North American Studies. Tubingen: Stauffenberg, 1995. 144-58.

Bardeleben, Renate von. “Theodore Dreiser’s European Encounters: The Case of Oxford.” Transatlantic Encounters: Studies in European-American Relations; Presented to Winfried Herget [Feitschrift]. Ed. Udo J. Hebel and Karl Ortseifen. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher, 1995. 232-44.

Barrineau, Nancy Warner. ” ‘Housework is Never Done’: Domestic Labor in Jennie Gerhardt.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 127-35.

Barrineau, Nancy Warner. “Recontextualizing Dreiser: Gender, Class, and Sexuality in Jennie Gerhardt.” Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism. Ed. Miriam Gogol. New York: New York UP, 1995, pp. 55-76.

Blodgett, E.D. Review of Sexualizing Power in Naturalism: Theodore Dreiser and Frederick Philip Grove, by Irene Gammel. Ariel: A Review of International English Literature. 26.4 (1995):17-20. 

Borus, Daniel H. “Dreiser and the Genteel Tradition.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 115-26.

Bower, Stephanie Lore. ” ‘The Common Commercial Flesh of Women’: Prostitution in Turn-of-the-Century American Literature.” Ph.D. dissertation, U of California, Los Angeles, 1995. 242 pp. DAI 56 (1996): 3627A.

Brennan, Stephen C. “Freedom and Tyranny in Textual Editing: The Pennsylvania Dreiser Edition.” Journal of Contemporary Thought 5 (1995): 157-75.

Brennan, Stephen C. “Gender, Language, and Self in Jennie Gerhardt.” Dreiser Studies 26.2 (1995): 3-11.

Broome, Lisa E. “Sister Shahrazade: Prototype for Theodore Dreiser’s Carrie Meeber.” Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association (1995): 1-8.

Burke, John J. “Theodore Dreiser.” From Home and Abroad: American and British Writers in Philadelphia, 1800-1910. Lanham, MD: UP of America, 1995. 87-94.

Calder, J. Kent. “Focus: The Dreiser Papers.” Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History 7.2 (1995): 48.

The Cambridge Companion to American Realism and Naturalism: Howells to London. Ed. Donald Pizer. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1995. Contains three articles cited individually in this bibliography (see under Anseko, Michael; Gelfant, Blache H.; and Lehan, Richard).

Camp, Helen C. Iron in Her Soul: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn and the American Left Pullman, WA: Washington State UP, 1995: 2-3 Begins by discussing the highly publicized arrest of Flynn, then a high school student, after a radical street speech. States that after the arrest, Dreiser invited her to “his home in a rundown section of the South Bronx” for dinner and an interview and that Dreiser wrote an article about Flynn entitled “An East Side Joan of Arc” for the September 1906 issue of Broadway Magazine. The source given is Flynn’s autobiography. Despite this book’s giving a title and publication details, a Dreiser article is not cited in the bibliography. 

Campion, Thomas Baird, Jr. “The Law in Dreiser’s American Dream.” Ph.D. dissertation, U of Colorado, 1995. v + 179 pp. DAI 57 (1996): 1615A. Discusses Dreiser’s conception of the law vis-à-vis the American dream of wealth, love, and social acceptance as experienced by the major characters in his novels. U of Colorado catalogue gives 1996 date
Source: Elder, Shane and Stephen C. Brennan. “A Dreiser Checklist, 1993-1997.” Dreiser Studies 31.2 (2000): 39-57

Casciato, Arthur. “How German is Jennie Gerhardt?” West, James L. W. III, ed. Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text, ed. James L. W. West, III, pp. 167-82.

Cassuto, Leonard. “Dreiser’s Ideal of Balance.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text, ed. James L. W. West, III, pp. 51-62.

Cassuto, Leonard “Lacanian Equivocation in Sister Carrie, The Genius, and An American Tragedy.” Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism. Ed. Miriam Gogol. New York: New York UP, 1995, pp. 112-33.

Clark, Emily. “Samuel E. [G]ross: Dreiser’s Real Estate Magnate.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995. pp. 183-93. Recounts fictionalized portrayal of Gross in Jennie Gerhardt.
Source: Elder, Shane and Stephen C. Brennan. “A Dreiser Checklist, 1993-1997.” Dreiser Studies 31.2 (2000): 39-57

Clarke, Donald. The Rise and Fall of Popular Music New York: St. Martin’s P, 1995. States that Theodore Dreiser wrote words to “The Banks of the Wabash.” 

Dale, Alan S. “The Work of Their Lives: Private Experience and the Shape of Realism in Flaubert, James, Dreiser, and Stein.” Ph.D. dissertation, Princeton U, 1995. 271 pp. DAI 56 (1995): 929A. Discusses, among other literary questions, “what blend of modes results when Theodore Dreiser charts his own class ascent in Sister Carrie in the competing terms of his heroine’s career and his own as a narrator.”
Source: Elder, Shane and Stephen C. Brennan. “A Dreiser Checklist, 1993-1997.” Dreiser Studies 31.2 (2000): 39-57

Dardis, Tom. Firebrand: The Life of Horace Liveright. New York: Random House, 1995. 73-85, 155-56, 194-208, 321-29 passim.

Debs, Eugene V. Gentle Rebel: Letters of Eugene V. Debs. Ed. J. Robert Constantine. 3 vols. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1995. III: 62, 65, 341, 344-47, 367-68, 372, 450, 533. Prints four letters from Debs to Dreiser and two from Dreiser to Debs, plus Debs letters with mentions of Dreiser. The Debs to Dreiser letters are in the Penn Dreiser collection. See also “Biographical Sketch” of Debs, I: lxxxii, where it is noted that Upton Sinclair and Dreiser “led cheers for Debs” at a rally in Los Angeles during Debs’s 1925 tour. 

“Dreiser, Theodore (Herman Albert).” The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography. Ed. John S. Bowman. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge UP, 1995. 200.

Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L.W. West III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995. Contains 19 articles cited individually in this bibliography. 

Dunlop, M.H. “Carrie’s Library: Reading the Boundaries Between Popular and Serious Fiction.” Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism. Ed. Miriam Gogol. New York: New York UP, 1995, pp. 201-15.

Eastman, Yvette. Dearest Wilding: A Memoir, with Love Letters by Theodore Dreiser. Ed. Thomas P. Riggio. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995.

Eby, Clare Virginia. “Jennie Through the Eyes of Thorstein Veblen.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 91-102.

Eisenstein, Sergei M. Beyond the Stars: The Memoirs of Sergei Eisenstein. Selected Works, Volume IV. Ed. Richard Taylor. Trans. William Powell. London: BFI; Calcutta: Seagull, 1995. 11, 48, 103, 326-28, 381-84, 386. Contains a passage in which Eisenstein recalls meeting with Dreiser in Moscow and with Dreiser and Helen Richardson at Dreiser’s Westchester County, NY residence. Contains impressionistic comments about Dreiser’s An American Tragedy, Eisenstein’s conception of a film he had hoped to make based on the novel, and the 1931 film directed by Josef von Sternberg.

Elias, Robert H. “Janus-Faced Jennie.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 3-8.

Faber, Doris, and Harold Faber. “Theodore Dreiser, 1871-1945: A One-Man Literary Factory.” Great Lives: American Literature. Atheneum Books for Young Readers. New York: Atheneum, 1995. 111-20.

Feldman, Ellen Ruth. “Self-Culturing America, 1838-1917.” Ph.D. dissertation, U of Chicago, 1995. 281 pp. DAI 56 (1995): 1777A. Explores how the discourse of self-culture, a rhetoric of amelioration or self-betterment, functions in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American literature. Dreiser is among the writers whose works are examined.

Fishkin, Shelley Fisher. “Dreiser and the Discourse of Gender.” Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism. Ed. Miriam Gogol. New York: New York UP, 1995, pp. 1-30.

Furer, Andrew Jonathan. “‘The Strength of the Strong’: (Re)Forming the Self in ‘Fin-de-Siècle’ American Literature and Culture.” Ph.D. dissertation, U of California, Berkeley, 1995. 304 pp. DAI 57 (1996): 1136A. Focuses on ways in which turn-of-the-century writers represented social, political, and economic anxieties about the health and integrity of the body. Part II, “Social Reform and the Therapeutic Self: The American Dialectic, 1880-1916,” examines works of Dreiser, among others.

Fyfe, Dan. “Real and Imaginary Cities in Dreiser’s Sister Carrie.” Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos (U of Sevilla) 4 (1995): 129-38. 

Gahlhoff, Debra Zoe. “Selling the Body: Representing the Prostitute in Maggie and Sister Carrie.” Master’s thesis, Portland State U, 1995. 88 pp.

Gammel, Irene. “Sexualizing the Female Body: Dreiser, Feminism, and Foucault.” Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism. Ed. Miriam Gogol. New York: New York UP, 1995, pp. 31-54.

Gelfant, Blanche H. “Speaking Her Own Piece: Emma Goldman and the Discursive Skeins of Autobiography.” Cross-Cultural Reckonings: A Triptych of Russian, American, and Canadian Texts. Cambridge Studies in American Literature and Culture. Cambridge; Eng.; New York: Cambridge UP, 1995. 69-96 (Dreiser pp. 71, 74-77, 83-86.) Reprints article published in American Autobiography: Retrospect and Prospect. Ed. Paul John Eakin (U of Wisconsin P, 1991; cited here). See also pp. 111-12 for discussion of Dreiser’s treatment of his characters vis-à-vis the Canadian writer Ethel Wilson.

Gelfant, Blanche H. “What More Can Carrie Want? Naturalistic Ways of Consuming Women.” The Cambridge Companion to American Realism and Naturalism: Howells to London. Ed. Donald Pizer. Cambridge, England; New York: Cambridge UP, 1995, pp. 178-210.

Gerber, Philip. “Jennie Gerhardt: A Spencerian Tragedy.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 77-90

Gogol, Miriam, ed. Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism. New York: New York UP, 1995. Contains 11 essays cited individually herein.

Gogol, Miriam. “‘That Oldest Boy Don’t Wanta Be Here’: Fathers and Sons and the Dynamics of Shame in Theodore Dreiser’s Novels.” Gogol, Miriam, ed. Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism, pp. 95-111.

Gogol, Miriam. “Self-Sacrifice and Shame in Jennie Gerhardt.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 136-46.

Gogol, Miriam. Introduction. Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism. Ed. Miriam Gogol. New York: New York UP, 1995, pp. vii-xvii.

Gordeeva, Elena Ur’evna. Teodor Draizer v vuzovskom prepodavanii. Mirovaia literatura v XX v. Problemy izuchenia i prepodavania. [Theodore Dreiser in the university education. World literature in the 20th century. The problems of studying and teaching]. International conference proceedings. Orekhovo-Zuevo, 1995, pp. 8-10 Гордеева, Елена Юрьевна. Теодор Драйзер в вузовском преподавании // Мировая литература в XX в. Проблемы изучения и преподавания: Материалы международной конференции. – Орехово-Зуево, 1995. – С. 8-10 

Gronowicz, Anthony. “Dreiser, Theodore (Herman Albert).” The Encyclopedia of New York City. Ed. Kenneth Jackson. New Haven: Yale UP, 1995. 344-45.

Hakutani, Yoshinobu. “Jennie, Maggie, and the City.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 147-56.

Herman, Jan. A Talent for Trouble: The Life of Hollywood’s Most Acclaimed Director, William Wyler. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1995. 318-31. Discusses the making and critical reception of the film Carrie. 

Humma, John B. “Jennie Gerhardt and the Dream of the Pastoral.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 157-66.

Hussman, Lawrence E. “Jennie One-Note: Dreiser’s Error in Character Development.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 43-50.

Hussman, Lawrence E. “Squandered Possibilities: The Film Versions of Dreiser’s Novels.” Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism. Ed. Miriam Gogol. New York: New York UP, 1995, pp. 176-201.

Hutchisson, James M. “Death and Dying in Jennie Gerhardt.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 208-17.

Hutchisson, James M. Review of Dearest Wilding: A Memoir, with Love Letters by Theodore Dreiser, by Yvette Eastman. Dreiser Studies 25.2 (1995): 48-50.

“In the Heart of the Country: American Identities in the Midwest / Theodore Dreiser.” American Diversity, American Identity: The Lives and Works of 145 Writers Who Define the American Experience. Ed. John K. Roth. New York: Holt, 1995. 408-12.

Jacobs, Lea. “An American Tragedy: A Comparison of Film and Literary Censorship.” Quarterly Review of Film and Video 15.4 (1995): 87-99.

Keller, Jürg P. “Theodore Dreiser and The Race to the Top.” The American Dream Gone Astray: Critical Realism in American Fiction, 1920-1940. 84-94. European University Studies. Bern: Peter Lang, 1995. Discusses An American Tragedy. Originally a dissertation, U of Zurich, 1994. 

Kelley, George Louis. “Smart Money: Business in American Literature, 1860-1929.” Ph.D. dissertation, State U of New York, Buffalo, 1995. 482 pp. DAI 56 (1996): 2682A. Examines business in the writings of Benjamin Franklin, Cotton Mather, Thoreau, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Howells, Twain, Edith Wharton, Henry James, Dreiser (focusing on the Trilogy of Desire), Frank Norris, Horatio Alger, Upton Sinclair, Edward Bellamy, Henry Adams, Sinclair Lewis, Willa Cather, Hemingway, and Faulkner.

Kucharski, Judith. “Dreiser Looks at Longfellow.” Dreiser Studies 26.2 (1995): 30-33. Introduction to Dreiser, Theodore. “The Homes of Longfellow.” Dreiser Studies 26.2 (1995): 34-46.

Kucharski, Judith. “Jennie Gerhardt: Naturalism Reconsidered.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 17-26.

Kwak, Sung-yop. Duraijo: ch`amdoen sam ui ch`uguja. Munhak ui ihae wa kamsang. Seoul: Konguk Taehakkyo Ch`ulp`anbu. 1995 곽승엽. 드라이저: 참된삶의추구자. 문학의이해와감상. 서울시: 건국대학교출판부.1985. In Korean.

Lehan, Richard. “The European Background.” The Cambridge Companion to American Realism and Naturalism: Howells to London. Ed. Donald Pizer. Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP, 1995. pp. 47-76.

Leroy, Hazel Carr. “Declasse Dissemblers: Four Cases of the Presentation of Actresses in Print in America, 1888-1908.” Ph.D. dissertation, U of Pittsburgh, 1995. 152 pp. DAI 57 (1996): 33A. Compares the presentation of actresses in a tabloid paper, a novel, a magazine, and a mainstream newspaper in print in the United States in the period between 1888 and 1908. Chapter II discusses Sister Carrie.  

Lewis, Charles Richard. “A Coincidence of Wants: The Novel and Neoclassical Economics.” Ph.D. dissertation, U of Minnesota, 1995. 241 pp. DAI 57 (1996): 209A. Chapter topics include “consumer utility theory of naturalist desire and indifference” in Dreiser’s Sister Carrie.
Source: Elder, Shane and Stephen C. Brennan. “A Dreiser Checklist, 1993-1997.” Dreiser Studies 31.2 (2000): 39-57

Lingeman, Richard. “The Biographical Significance of Jennie Gerhardt.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 9-16.

Literature and Photography Interactions, 1840-1990: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Jane M. Rabb. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico P, 1995. 189-93, 420. Contains brief excerpt from The “Genius” followed by some documentation related to the book’s composition. Also contains letter of Carl Van Vechten to Dreiser dated 18 Oct. 1932.

Livingston, James. “Sister Carrie’s Absent Causes.” Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism. Ed. Miriam Gogol. New York: New York UP, 1995, pp. 216-46.

Lloyd, Brian. Review of Mechanism and Mysticism: The Influence of Science on the Thought and Work of Theodore Dreiser, by Louis J. Zanine. American Studies 36.1 (1995): 194-95. 

Mencken, H.L. “Dreiser as Philosopher”; “Dreiser as Stylist.” A Second Mencken Chrestomathy. Ed. Terry Teachout. New York: Knopf, 1995. 278-82. Reprint.

Morozkina, Evgeniia Aleksandrovna. Tvorchestvo Teodora Draizera i literaturnoe razvitie SShA na rubezhe XIX-XX vekov. [Theodore Dreiser’s works and literary development of the USA at the turn of the 19-20th centuries]. Dissertation for the degree of a doctor of philological science. St-Petersburg, 1995 Морозкина, Евгения Александровна. Творчество Теодора Драйзера и литературное развитие США на рубеже XIX-XX веков. Дис. д-ра филол. наук. Санкт-Петербург, 1995. 

Morrow, Barbara Olenyik. From Ben Hur to Sister Carrie: Remembering the Lives and Works of Five Indiana Authors. Indianapolis: Guild, 1995.

Moyer, Marsha S. “Theodore Dreiser and Family Values: A Psychocultural Analysis of Sister Carrie in American History.” Master’s thesis, San Diego State U, 1995. v + 171 pp.

Mueller, Cindy Gerlach. “Gender and the Construction of Identity in Edith Wharton’s The House of Mirth and Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie.” Master’s thesis, Bradley U, 1995. 69 pp.

Mulligan, Roark. “Monetary Reduction in New Historicist Readings of Dreiser.” Dreiser Studies 26.1 (1995): 20-32.

Murayama, Kiyohiko. “Is Sister Carrie Really Not Anti-Capitalist at All?: Dreiser’s Criticism of Capitalism.” Dreiser Studies 26.1 (1995): 3-10.

Murray, Janet H. “The Rocking-Chair Lover.” Review of Dearest Wilding: A Memoir, with Love Letters from Theodore Dreiser, by Yvette Eastman. New York Times Book Review 2 July 1995: 7

Nilsen, Amelia Margetanski. “A Thematic Analysis of Theodore Dreiser’s Trilogy of Desire.” Master’s thesis. U of Oslo, Norway, 1995. 84 pp. (Hovedoppgave i amerikansk, Universitetet i Oslo.)

Nostwich, T. D. Introduction. Fulfilment and Other Tales of Women and Men, by Theodore Dreiser. Ed. T. D. Nostwich. Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow, 1992. 7-16.

O’Connell, Shaun. Remarkable, Unspeakable New York: A Literary History. Boston: Beacon, 1995. 114-20.

Olson Eyde K. “Efficiency Battles Wastefulness in the Progressive Era: A Cultural Analysis of Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie and An American Tragedy.” Master’s thesis, U of Nebraska, 1995. 124 pp.

Orlov, Paul A. “On Language and the Quest for Self-Fulfillment: A Heideggerian Perspective on Dreiser’s Sister Carrie.” Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism. Ed. Miriam Gogol. New York: New York UP, 1995, pp. 134-75.

Peng, Dankui. “Theodore Dreiser and His ‘Sister Carrie’.” Journal of Jiaying University 2 (1995): 73-76. In English. 彭丹逵,「德莱塞和他的《嘉莉妹妹》」,嘉应大学学报,1995年第2期,頁73-76。(英文) 

Powell, Dawn. The Diaries of Dawn Powell 1931-1965. Ed. Tim Page. South Royalston, VT: Steerforth P, 1995. 13. Contains a mention of Dreiser which places him dining with certain company on a specific date. 

Review of Sexualizing Power in Naturalism: Theodore Dreiser and Frederick Philip Grove, by Irene Gammel. The International Fiction Review: A Biannual Periodical Devoted to International Fiction. 22 (1995): 105-06. 

Riggio, Thomas P. Editorial Note. Dearest Wilding: A Memoir, with Love Letters from Theodore Dreiser, by Yvette Eastman: xii-xiv.

Riggio, Thomas P. Introduction. Dearest Wilding: A Memoir; with Love Letters from Theodore Dreiser, by Yvette Eastman; ed. Thomas P. Riggio. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. ix-xii.

Rosenberg, Seymour. “Unconventional Personalities in Early-Twentieth-Century American Literature: Theodore Dreiser and Thomas Wolfe; Freiburg, June 1995.” Twelfth International Conference on Literature and Psychoanalysis. viii + 295 pp. Lisbon: Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, 1996. 103-06.

Ross, Valerie. “Chill History and Rueful Sentiments in Jennie Gerhardt. West, James L. W. III, ed. Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text, pp. 27-42. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995.

Schopp, Joseph C. “Cowperwood’s Will to Power: Dreiser’s Trilogy of Desire in the Light of Nietzsche.” Nietzsche in American Literature and Thought. Ed. Manfred Putz. Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture. Columbia, SC: Camden House, 1995. 139-54.

Schurman, Lydia Cushman. “Richard Lingeman’s Myth Making: Theodore Dreiser’s Editing of the Jack Harkaway Stories.” Dime Novel Roundup 64.6 (1995): 151-68.

Scura, Dorothy M. Afterword. Scott, Evelyn. Escapade. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1995. 311-13. Quotes from Scott letter to Dreiser of 12 July 1923 in which she complains of censorship of her fictionalized autobiography Escapade.

Shi, David E. Facing Facts: Realism in American Thought and Culture, 1850-1920. New York and Oxford, England: Oxford UP, 1995. 238-52 passim.

Spears, Timothy B. “Sister Carrie and the Logic of Salesmanship.” 100 Years on the Road: The Traveling Salesman in American Culture. New Haven: Yale UP, 1995. 172-91. (See also the author’s dissertation, 1989, listed separately.)

Stewart-Alexander, Selena. “The Depiction of ‘Woman’ in Theodore Dreiser’s An American Tragedy and Richard Wright’s Native Son.” Master’s Thesis, U of Texas at Arlington, 1995. v + 49 pp. MAI 34 (1996): 68.

Sun, Hong. “Myth and Reality in the Rural and Urban Worlds: A Survey of the Literary Landscape in American and Chinese Regional Literatures.” Ph.D. dissertation, Washington U, 1995. 252 pp. DAI 57 (1996): 674A. Compares transitions between village and the metropolis as reflected in American regional writers (including Dreiser in Sister Carrie) and their Chinese counterparts.

Tanselle, G. Thomas. Review of Jennie Gerhardt, ed. James L. W. West III. TEXT 8 (1995): 462-69. 

“Theodore (Herman Albert) Dreiser 1871-1945.” The Oxford Companion to American Literature, Sixth Edition. By James D. Hart, with revisions and additions by Phillip W. Leininger. New York: Oxford UP, 1995. 

“Theodore (Herman Albert) Dreiser 1871-1945.” The Oxford Companion to English Literature. Revised Fifth Edition. Ed. Margaret Drabble. Oxford, England: Oxford UP, 1995.  

Town, Caren J. “Voicing the Tragedy: Narrative Conflict in Dreiser’s An American Tragedy.” Dreiser Studies 26.2 (1995): 12-29.

Tyler, Danielle. “Index to Volumes 1-25.” Dreiser Studies 26.1 (1995): 33-56.

Volskaia, Inna Sergeevna. “Dikii kapitalizm” v knigakh Draizera. [“Unbridled Capitalism” in the Works of Dreiser]. Massovaia istoriko-literaturnaia biblioteka. Moscow: TOO Nerei, 1995 Вольская, Инна Сергеевна. “Дикий капитализм” в книгах Драйзера. Массовая историко-литературная библиотека. М: ТОО “Нерей”, 1995 

Waldmeir, John C. The American Trilogy, 1900-1937: Norris, Dreiser, Dos Passos, and the History of Mammon. West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill P, 1995.

West, James L.W. III. “The Hotel World in Jennie Gerhardt.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. 194-207. 

West, James L.W. III. Introduction. Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III, pp. vii-ix. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995, pp. vii-ix.

West, James L.W. III. “The Scholarly Editor as Biographer.” Studies in the Novel 27.3 (1995): 295-303.

Whelan, Richard. Alfred Stieglitz: A Biography. Boston: Little, Brown, 1995. 119, 143, 14, 564.

Whyde, Janet M. “Encoding Imperialism: Homelessness in American Naturalism, 1890-1918.” Ph.D. dissertation, Louisiana State U, 1995. 190 pp. DAI 56 (1996): 4402A. Includes a chapter using Edith Wharton’s Summer and Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt to demonstrate that, because of social expectations that women should embody domestic values, women’s homelessness is represented as a failure to project the self into the world.

Wiedmann, Lorna Ruth. “Suicide in American Fiction, 1798-1909.” Ph.D. dissertation, U of Wisconsin, 1995. 444 pp. DAI 56 (1995): 1783A. Sister Carrie is among the works discussed.

Wilson, Christopher P. “Labor and Capital in Jennie Gerhardt.” Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt: New Essays on the Restored Text. Ed. James L. W. III. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995. pp. 3-14.

Wilson, Edmund. “Theodore Dreiser’s Quaker and Graham Greene’s Priest.” The Uncollected Edmund Wilson. Ed. Janet Groth and David Castronovo. Athens, OH: Ohio UP, 1995. 288-94. Review of The Bulwark. Reprinted from The New Yorker 23 March 1974. Also reprinted in part Theodore Dreiser: The Critical Reception. Ed. Jack Salzman. New York: David Lewis, 1972, pg. 668.

Wilson, Edmund. “Theodore Dreiser’s Tragic America.” The Uncollected Edmund Wilson. Introduction by Janet Groth and David Castronovo. Athens, OH: Ohio UP, 1995. 172-77.

Wilson, Kenneth E. “A New Historicist Reading of Dreiser’s Fiction: Money, Labor, and Ideals.” Dreiser Studies 26.1 (1995): 11-19.

Wolff, Andrea. Fremdbildentwicklung als kommunikativer Prozeß: Eine Untersuchung der Sowjetunionbilder in den Reiseberichten Theodore Dreisers und Dorothy Thompsons [The portrayal of foreign perception as communicative process: An exploration of Soviet imagery in the travel reports of Theodore Dreiser and Dorothy Thompson]. Hamburg: Dr. Kovac, 1995 A slightly altered version of the author’s thesis (Ph.D.), Universität Bielefeld, 1994. 

Zaluda, Scott. “The Secrets of Fraternity: Men and Friendship in Sister Carrie.” Theodore Dreiser: Beyond Naturalism. Ed. Miriam Gogol. New York: New York UP, 1995, pp. 77-94.

Xia, Xiaobin. “The Tragedy of Jeff and the Rising of American Blacks Today.” Journal of Fujian Finance and Accounting Administrator College 2 (1995): 42-44. In English. Xia, Xiaobin,?The Tragedy of Jeff and the Rising of American Blacks Today,福建财会管理干部学院学报,1995年第2期,頁42-44。(英文) 

 

 

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