Dreiser bibliography, 2004

 

 

American Naturalism. Ed. Harold Bloom. Bloom’s Period Studies. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. Reprints eight articles cited individually in this bibliography (as year 2004 entries). See also comments on An American Tragedy in Harold Bloom’s introduction, pp. 16-19.

Bardeleben, Renate von. Review of Schwester Carrie, trans. Anna Nussbaum (Leipzig, Germany: Ille und Riemer, 2004). Dreiser Studies 35.1 (2004): 68-69.

Bender, Bert. “Theodore Dreiser, Science, and ‘It’ .” Evolution and “the Sex Problem”: American Narratives during the Eclipse of Darwinism. Kent, OH: Kent State UP, 2004. 116-34. “[C]ritics have recognized Darwin’s broad and unmistakable influence on Dreiser’s thought but mainly in terms of … social Darwinism … none has explored the role of Darwin’s theory of sexual selection in Dreiser’s presentation of the sexual reality nor the less important but related role of Darwin’s theory of the emotions.” 

Bernstein, Lee. “The Avengers of Christie Street: Racism and Reaction in Mike Gold’s Jews Without Money” pp. 118-131. In The Novel and the American Left: Critical Essays on Depression-Era Fiction. ed. Janet Galligani Casey. Iowa City: U of Iowa P, 2004. Briefly discusses how views of Dreiser perceived to be anti-Semitic were responded to by Mike Gold, using the discussion as an introduction and to provide context for an analysis of views reflected in Gold’s semi-autobiographical novel Jews Without Money. 

Berte, Leigh Ann Litwiller. “Locomotive Subjectivity: The Railroad, Literature, and the Geography of Identity in America, 1830-1930.” Ph.D. dissertation, U of Washington, 2004. 295 pp. DAI 65 (2005): 2599A. Includes discussion of Dreiser’s The Titan. 

Bisbort, Alan. “An American Revival: Adding the Name ‘Dreiser’ to the Literary Scene Again.” New York Times [Connecticut edition] 4 Jan. 2004: sec. 14CN, 5. Discusses the revival of interest in Dreiser and the effect on his reputation as revealed by various publishing and artistic activities, notably the Dreiser Edition. Profiles Thomas P. Riggio, General Editor of the Dreiser Edition.

Brown, Bill. “The matter of Dreiser’s modernity.” The Cambridge Companion to Theodore Dreiser. Ed. Leonard Cassuto and Clare Virginia Eby. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, England and New York: Cambridge UP, 2004, pp. 83-99.

Bucco, Martin. Sinclair Lewis as Reader and Critic. Studies in American Literature. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen P, 2004. 331-32. Surveys and summarizes Lewis’ reviews and assessments of Dreiser, as well as noting instances in Lewis’s novels where his characters comment on Dreiser’s works. 

Campbell, Donna M. “Fiction: 1900 to the 1930s.” American Literary Scholarship: An Annual 2002. Ed. David J. Nordloh. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 2004. 269-307. (Dreiser, pp. 274-78.)

Cassuto, Leonard. “Dreiser and Crime.” The Cambridge Companion to Theodore Dreiser. Ed. Leonard Cassuto and Clare Virginia Eby. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, England and New York: Cambridge UP, 2004, pp. 196-213.

Chen, Bo. “The naturalistic features in Sister Carrie.” Master’s thesis. Wuhan, Hubei: Central China Normal University, China, 2004. In English. 陈波,「《嘉莉妹妹》中的自然主义特色」[硕士论文],湖北武汉:华中师范大学,2004年。(英文) 

Chen, Shiwang. “Dialogue: Economic Approach to Dreiser’s Novels.” Master’s thesis. Xiangtan, Hunan: Xiangtan University, China, 2004. 陈世旺,「对话:经济学视野里的德莱塞小说」[硕士论文],湖南湘潭:湘潭大学,2004年。 

Christensen, Peter G. “Sergei Eisenstein’s Unfilmed Adaptation of Theodore Dreiser’s An American Tragedy.” Taiwan Journal of English Literature 2:1 (Spring 2004): 45-65. 

Cowley, Malcolm. “Naturalism in American Literature.” American Naturalism. Ed. Harold Bloom. Bloom’s Period Studies. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. 49-79. Reprint of Cowley’s “Naturalism in American Literature,” in Evolutionary Thought in America. Ed. Stow Persons. New Haven: Yale UP, 1950. 

Culleton, Claire A. Joyce and the G-Men: J. Edgar Hoover’s Manipulation of Modernism. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. 68, 71-74. Examines how J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI sought to defame and intimidate twentieth-century literary figures, including Dreiser. Examines (using his FBI file as the principal source) how and why Dreiser came under scrutiny by the FBI and how this played out over his life. States that the FBI attempted to discredit Dreiser by “planting a woman in his [hotel] room” during the Kentucky miners’ strike. Briefly discusses Dreiser’s struggles to get his works published and to fight censorship and suppression of his works.

Davies, Jude. “The Struggle for Existence, the Struggle for Domination, and the Struggle for Justice: Animals and the Social in Theodore Dreiser’s ‘The Shining Slave Makers’ and The Financier.” Animal Magic: Essays on Animals in the American Imagination. Ed. Jopi Nyman and Carol Smith. Joensuun Yliopisto, Kirjallisuuden ja Kulttuurin Tutkimuksia/University of Joensuu, Studies in Literature and Culture. Joensuu, Finland: Faculty of Humanities, U of Joensuu, 2004. 55-72.

Ding Weiguo. “A Comparative Study of the Two Chinese Versions of An American Tragedy.” Master’s thesis. Shanghai: Shanghai Maritime University, 2004. In English. 丁卫国,「《美国悲剧》两种中译本的比较研究」[硕士论文],上海:上海海事大学,2004年。(英文) 

Du, Rongfang. “Comment on Dreiser’s Literary Concept Based on Sister Carrie” [author’s title; retranslated as Dreiser’s View of Literature as Seen in Sister Carrie]. Journal of Chongqing Teachers College(China) 3.2 (2004): 50-53. 杜荣芳,「从嘉莉形象看德莱塞的文学观」,渝西学院学报(社会科学版),2004年第3卷第2期,頁50-53。 

Dudley, John. A Man’s Game: Masculinity and the Anti-Aesthetics of American Literary Naturalism. Studies in American Literary Realism and Naturalism. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 2004. 174-75. Briefly compares the lynchings depicted in Dreiser’s “Nigger Jeff” and in James Weldon Johnson’s The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man.

Eby, Clare Virginia. “Dreiser and women.” The Cambridge Companion to Theodore Dreiser. Ed. Leonard Cassuto and Clare Virginia Eby. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, England and New York: Cambridge UP, 2004, pp. 142-59.

Egleston, Charles, ed. House of Boni & Liveright, 1917-1933: A Documentary Volume Detroit: Gale, 2004 Series: Dictionary of Literary Biography; vol. 288. Includes information about Dreiser. 

Fisher, Philip. “The Naturalist Novel and the City: Temporary Worlds.” American Naturalism. Ed. Harold Bloom. Bloom’s Period Studies. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. 225-36. Reprint. 

Fleissner, Jennifer L. “The New Woman and the Old Man: Sentimentality and ‘Drift’ in Dreiser and Wharton.” Women, Compulsion, Modernity: The Moment of American Naturalism. Women in Culture and Society. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2004. 161-200. Discusses Sister Carrie and Wharton’s The House of Mirth. See also passim.

Gair, Christopher. “Sister Carrie, Race, and the World’s Columbian Exposition.” The Cambridge Companion to Theodore Dreiser. Ed. Leonard Cassuto and Clare Virginia Eby. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, England and New York: Cambridge UP, pp. 160-76.

Gayle, Susaye Rita Allison. “Female Commodification and Capitalism In Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie and Edith Wharton’s The House of Mirth and The Custom of the Country.” Master’s thesis, Clark U, 2004. vi + 168 pp.  

Giles, Paul. “Dreiser’s style.” The Cambridge Companion to Theodore Dreiser. Ed. Leonard Cassuto and Clare Virginia Eby. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, England and New York: Cambridge UP, 2004, pp. 47-62.

Harms, Ingeborg. [A successful frown: Theodore Dreiser’s Schwester Carrie to be rediscovered – almost.] Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 18 August 2004. In German. This review is cited in Dreiser Studies 35.1 (2004): 68-69. 

Healy, Patrick. “Poor Man’s Paradises: Not Just for Summer.” New York Times 23 May 2004: sec. 14 (Long Island Weekly), 10. States that Baiting Hollow in Suffolk County, New York was the setting of an unspecified short story by Dreiser. 

Hoover, David L. “Testing Burrows’s Delta.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 19 (Nov 2004): 453 -75. Analysis includes Dreiser’s The Titan. 

Hricko, Mary. “The Case of Chester Gillette: Murder in the Adirondacks.” Famous American Crimes and Trials, Volume II. Ed. Frankie Y Bailey and Steven M Chermak. 5 vols. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004. 

Hricko, Mary. “The Genesis of the Chicago Renaissance: The Writings of Theodore Dreiser, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, and James T. Farrell.” Ph.D. dissertation, Kent State U, 2004. v + 361 pp. DAI 65.8 (2005): 2989A.

Ivanov, Gennadii Viktorovich. Teodor Draizer (1871-1945): biografia. Sto velikikh pisatelei. [Teodor Dreiser (1871-1945): biography. One hundred great writers]. Moscow: Veche, 2004, pp. 407-410 Иванов, Геннадий Викторович. Теодор Драйзер (1871-1945): биография. Сто великих писателей. Москва: Вече, 2004. C. 407-410 

Jett, Kevin W. “Literary Soul Mates? Dreiser, Hervey White, and Quicksand.” Dreiser Studies 35.2 (2004): 29-44. Abstract: Examines the novel “Quicksand,” by Hervey White, which was considered by Dreiser to be one of the world’s greatest books. Plot of the book; Comparison of some of the characters in the book to Dreiser and his family; Similarities between White’s “Quicksand” and “The Bulwark” by Dreiser, including the concept of transcendentalism.

Jiang, Baiming. “Cong Shenghuo de Zhenshi dao Yishu de Zhenshi – Xiaoduo Delaisai han Ta de Xiaoshuo ‘Jiali Meimei’ ” [From the Truth of Experience to Artistic Truth – Theodore Dreiser and His Sister Carrie]. Journal of Lujiang University 12.3 (2004): 61-63. 蒋柏明,「从生活的真实到艺术的真实–西奥多‧德莱塞和他的小说《嘉莉妹妹》」,鹭江职业大学学报,2004年第12卷第3期,頁61-63。 

Jiang, Daochao. “Chong Du Delaisai de ‘Zhenni Guniang’ ” [A Rereading of Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt]. Foreign Languages and Their Teaching (Chiina) 5 (2004): 41-44. 蒋道超,「重读德莱塞的《珍妮姑娘》」,外语与外语教学,2004年第5期,頁41-44。 

Jiang, Daochao. “Subversion of [Horatio] Alger′s American Myth: Illustration of Veblen′s Consumptuous Consumption.” (An interpretation of the Cultural Symbols in An American Tragedy) Journal of Shenzhen University (Humanities and Social Sciences Edition; China) 21.3 (2004): 83-87. 蒋道超,「颠覆阿尔杰美国神话,印证维布伦挥霍消费–解读《美国悲剧》中的文化符号」,深圳大学学报(人文社会科学版),2004年第21卷第3期,頁 83-87。 

Jiang, Yuqin. “City of Paradox: Creating Careers and Ruining Souls – From Dreiser’s Sister Carrie to You Fengwei’s Loach” (author’s translation of Chinese title; retranslated herein as City as Paradox: Creating Opportunities and Strangling Souls – From Dreiser’s Sister Carrie to You Fengwei’s Loach]. Wai Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu [Foreign Literature Studies] (China) 2004.5: 135-140. 姜玉琴,「城市: 一个承载事业、绞杀灵魂的谬体–从德莱塞的《嘉丽妹妹》到尤凤伟的《泥鳅》」,外国文学研究,2004年第5期,頁135-140。 

Jurca, Catherine. “Dreiser, class, and the home.” The Cambridge Companion to Theodore Dreiser. Ed. Leonard Cassuto and Clare Virginia Eby. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, England and New York: Cambridge UP, 2004, pp. 100-11.

Kaplan, Harold. “Naturalist Fiction and Political Allegory.” American Naturalism. Ed. Harold Bloom. Bloom’s Period Studies. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. 145-176. Reprint of previously published article by Kaplan (in his Power and Order: Henry Adams and the Naturalist Tradition in American Fiction, U of Chicago P, 1981) which focuses on Sister Carrie. 

Landers, Robert K. An Honest Writer: The Life and Times of James T. Farrell San Francisco, CA: Encounter Books, 2004. Passim. 

Lears, Jackson. “Dreiser and the history of American longing.” The Cambridge Companion to Theodore Dreiser. Ed. Leonard Cassuto and Clare Virginia Eby. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, England and New York: Cambridge UP, 2004, pp. 63-79.

Lehan, Richard. “American Literary Naturalism The French Connection.” Nineteenth Century Fiction 38 (Mardi): 529-57. American Naturalism. Ed. Harold Bloom. Bloom’s Period Studies. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. 177-201. Reprint. 

Lindquist, Barbara Theodore Dreiser, Thermodynamics, and the ‘Manly Man’: An Analysis of Gender Relations in the Cowperwood Trilogy Midamerica: The Yearbook of the Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature (Midamerica) 31 (2004): 57-68.

Link, Eric Carl. The Vast and Terrible Drama: American Literary Naturalism in the Late Nineteenth Century. Studies in American Literary Realism and Naturalism. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 2004. Passim.

Loonam, John P. “Always with Us: Images of Poverty in American Literature.” Ph.D. dissertation, City U of New York, 2004. 318 pp. DAI 65 (2005): 2991A. “Discovering Poverty: Jacob Riis, Stephen Crane, Theodore Dreiser” (thesis chapter).

Loving, Jerome. “Theodore Dreiser.” The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Literature. Ed. Jay Parini. 4 vols. Oxford and New York: Oxford UP, 2004. 1: 408-17.

Lu, Jie. “Similar Phenomena, Different Experiments? A Study of Thomas Hardy’s Literary Influence on Theodore Dreiser.” Midwest Quarterly 45.4 (2004): 415-26. Focuses on Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Dreiser’s Jennie Gerhardt.

Ma, Lan. “Naturalism Characteristic of Sister Carrie” (An Elaboration of Naturalistic Features in Sister Carrie). Journal of Nanjing University of Science and Technology (China) 17.1 (2004): 68-70. 马岚,「论《嘉莉妹妹》的自然主义特色」, 南京理工大学学报(社会科学版),2004年第17卷第1期,頁68-70。 

Maletina, Oksana Andreevna. Lingvostilisticheskie osobennosti porterta kak zhanra khudozhestvennogo diskursa (na materiale proizvedenii T. Draizera). [Linguistic-stylistic peculiarities of portrait as a genre of artistic discourse (based on T. Dreiser’s works)]. Dissertation for the degree of a candidate of philological science. Volgogradskii gos. universitet, Russia. Volgograd, 2004. 181 p. Малетина, Оксана Андреевна. Лингвостилистические особенности портрета как жанра художественного дискурса: (На материале произведений Т. Драйзера): Дис. к.филол.н. Волгоградский гос. ун-т; Волгоград, 2004. 

McDonald, Audra. “Striking a Chord.” O: the Oprah Magazine 5.5 (May 2004): 206, 208. The author, an actress, discusses six of her favorite books, including Sister Carrie. 

McLemee, Scott. “Keeping It Real.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 50.47 (30 June 2004): A11. Mentions the ups and downs of Dreiser’s reputation. His “tales of the rise and fall of ordinary people in the Gilded Age retained their power despite slovenly diction, bad grammar, and the author’s penchant for surges of bombastic prose-poetry.” 

Moses, Wilson Jeremiah. Creative Conflict in African American Thought: Frederick Douglass, Alexander Crummell, Booker T. Washington, W. E. B. Du Bois, and Marcus Garvey. Cambridge, England; New York: Cambridge UP, 2004, pg. 5. Mentions the “Nietzschean figure” of Dreiser’s fictional character Frank Cowperwood as an exemplar of the contradiction between individualism and social identity as a characteristic paradox of American experience. 

Neubauer, Gregory M. “Theodore Dreiser’s ‘Gloom’ and Estelle Bloom Kubitz’s ‘I and One of the Others’: An Edition.” Master’s thesis, U of North Carolina, 2004. vi + 51 pp.

Niemi, Robert. “Theodore Dreiser’s An American Tragedy.” American Writers Classics, vol. 2. Ed. Jay Parini. New York: Scribner, 2004. 19-35. 

Orvell, Miles. “Dreiser, art, and the museum.” Cassuto, Leonard and Clare Virginia Eby, eds. The Cambridge Companion to Theodore Dreiser, pp. 127-41.

Ouzgane, Lahoucine. “Dreiser and Sister Carrie’s Kingdom of Greatness.” Anthropoetics: The Journal of Generative Anthropology 10:1 (2004 Spring-Summer) 2004); n.p. NOTE: an online e-journal; n/a in print. http://www.anthropoetics.ucla.edu/ap1001/carrie.htm 

Packer-Kinlaw, Donna. “Dreiser-Mencken letters.” Menckeniana 172 (2004): 1-9. Reprints, in slightly altered form, text of an address by the author to The Mencken Society in 2004. 

Paul, Heike. Introduction. Schwester Carrie, Trans. Anna Nussbaum. Leipzig: Ille und Riemer, 2004. 

Pinkerton, Jan and Randolph Hudson. Encyclopedia of the Chicago Literary Renaissance: The Essential Guide to the Lives and Works of the Chicago Renaissance Writers. New York: Facts On File, 2004. Passim. Includes numerous entries related to Dreiser and his works.

Pizer, Donald. “Dreiser and the Jews.” Dreiser Studies 35.1 (2004): 1-23.

Pizer, Donald. “Late Nineteenth-Century American Naturalism.” American Naturalism. Ed. Harold Bloom. Bloom’s Period Studies. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. 81-96. Reprint of article first published in Bucknell Review (December 1965).  

Plank, Kathryn M. Review of Adirondack Tragedy: The Gillette Murder Case of 1906, 3rd ed., by Joseph W. Brownell and Patricia W. Enos. Dreiser Studies 35.2 (winter 2004): 71-74  

Poirier, Richard. “Panoramic Environment and the Anonymity of the Self.” American Naturalism. Ed. Harold Bloom. Bloom’s Period Studies. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. 97-124. Reprint of article focusing on Sister Carrie first published in A World Elsewhere: The Place of Style in American Literature (Oxford UP, 1966). 

Puskar, Jason Robert. “Underwriting the Accident: Narratives of American Chance, 1871-1935.” Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard U, 2004. vii + 249 pp. DAI 65 (2004): 1784A. Studies the increasing importance of chance to American literature and culture, focusing on novels by William Dean Howells, Anna Katharine Green, Stephen Crane, Dreiser, and James Cain. “The ‘Accident on Purpose’: Dreiser, Cain, and the New Deal” (thesis chapter).

Radzhabli, Abulªfaz. T. Drayzer vä onun “Amerika faciäsi” roman» Baku, Azerbaijan: Nurlan, 2004. Subject: An American Tragedy (Dreiser).

Rahv, Phillip. “Notes on the Decline of Naturalism.” American Naturalism. Ed. Harold Bloom. Bloom’s Period Studies. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. 39-48. Reprint of article first published in Partisan Review (1942). 

Riggio, Thomas P. “Dreiser and the uses of biography.” Cassuto, Leonard and Clare Virginia Eby, eds. The Cambridge Companion to Theodore Dreiser, pp. 30-46.

Robbins, Bruce. “Can there be loyalty in The Financier? Dreiser and upward mobility.” The Cambridge Companion to Theodore Dreiser. Ed. Leonard Cassuto and Clare Virginia Eby. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, England and New York: Cambridge UP, 2004, pp. 112-26.

Rogers, T. N. R. Introduction, Sister Carrie Dover Thrift Editions Mineola, NY: Dover, 2004. 

Schaffner, Isabelle. “En quête d’identité dans la ville moderne: Une Etude comparée de Nana et Sister Carrie.” Excavatio: Emile Zola and Naturalism (Excavatio) 19.1-2 ( 2004):185-99.

Schofield, Nell. “Reel classic.” Sunday Herald Sun (Melbourne, Australia) 3 October 2004, pg. E10. Reviews and analyzes the film A Place in the Sun (newly available on DVD) with some discussion of the earlier, 1931 film An American Tragedy and the Dreiser novel. 

Schwarzer, Mitchell. Zoomscape: Architecture in Motion and Media. New York: Princeton Architectural P, 2004. 44-45. A work of architectural history analyzing how the perception of modern architecture has been affected by transportation and the camera, with an example from Sister Carrie.

Shi, Min. “A Critical Review of the Theme of the Broken American Dream” [author’s translation; retranslated as The Broken American Dream – A Brief Analysis of the Tragic Theme of “the American Dream” in American Literature]. Journal of Guangdong Polytechnic Normal University (China) 3 (2004): 66-70. 史敏,「破灭的『美国梦』–浅谈美国文学中的悲剧性『美国梦』主题」,广东技术师范学院学报,2004年第3期,頁66-70。 

Steiner, George ” ‘Tragedy’, Reconsidered.” New Literary History 35:1 (2004): 1-15.

“Story a Sensation as Life Imitates Art.” Times Leader [Wilkes-Barre, PA] 22 Aug. 2004. Focuses on the Robert Edwards murder case which Dreiser covered for the New York Post in 1934. Briefly discusses its parallels to Dreiser’s An American Tragedy and quotes Danny McCue, who recalls Dreiser’s covering the trial.

Tang, Yi. “Beauty and Success – On Modern Career Women’s Pursuit of Beauty and Career Success.” Master’s thesis. Sichuan Univeristy, China, 2004. In English. 唐怡,「美与成功──论现代职业女性对外在美与职业发展的追求」[硕士论文],四川成都:四川大学,2004年。(英文) 

Theodore Dreiser: Interviews. Ed. Frederic E. Rusch, Donald Pizer, and Thomas P. Riggio. The Dreiser Edition. Urbana, U of Illinois P, 2004.

Trilling, Lionel. “Reality in America.” American Naturalism. Ed. Harold Bloom. Bloom’s Period Studies. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. 25-38. Reprint of chaper in Trilling’s The Liberal Imagination (1950). 

Trubek, Anne. “The Scandals of Sister Carrie.” Fine Books and Collections. September/October 2004. 29-32. Discusses the novel’s publication history.  

Wald, Priscilla. “Dreiser’s sociological vision.” The Cambridge Companion to Theodore Dreiser. Ed. Leonard Cassuto and Clare Virginia Eby. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, England and New York: Cambridge UP, 2004, pp. 177-95.

Wang, Lan. “The Tragic Characteristics of the Person of Sorry – An Analysis of the Causes of the Protagonist’s Tragedy in Jennie Gerhardt.” Master’s thesis. Hebei University, China. 2004. In English. 王兰,「悲剧人物的悲剧性格──试析《珍妮姑娘》中女主人公的悲剧根源」[硕士论文],河北保定:河北大学,2004年。(英文) 

Wang, Zenghong. “Paradox between Puritan Ethics and Consuming Culture – Together with the Research on the Theme of Sister Carrie.” [author’s title; retranslated as The Paradox between Puritan Ethics and Consumer Culture – and an Analysis of the Theme of Sister Carrie]. Journal of Xinzhou Teachers College 20.6 (2004): 36-39. 王增红,「清教伦理与消费文化的悖论–兼《嘉莉妹妹》主题研究」,忻州师范学院学报,2004年第20卷第6期,頁36-39。 

West, James L. W. III. “Dreiser and the profession of authorship.” The Cambridge Companion to Theodore Dreiser. Ed. Leonard Cassuto and Clare Virginia Eby. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, England and New York: Cambridge UP, 2004, pp. 15-29.

Whaley, Annemarie Koning. “Business Is Business: Corporate America in the Restored Jennie Gerhardt.” Dreiser Studies 35.1 (2004): 24-37.

Winchock, Dylan Seth. “Hegemonic Geography: The Changing Strategies of Physical and Human Landscapes in Dreiser’s and Delillo’s New York City.” Master’s thesis, Arizona State U, 2004. iv + 67 pp.

Xü, Jia. “Faxian Shenghuo de Ren Jiang Shiqu Shenghuo.” ENGLISH TRANSLATION TO COME. Master’s thesis. Shanghai: East China Normal University, 2004. 许佳,「发现生活的人将失去生活──从男性作家笔下的女性形象论女性消费欲望与男性生存危机」[硕士论文],上海:华东师范大学,2004年。 

Zhang, Yuan. “Probing into American naturalism from the perspective of Sister Carrie” [A View of American Naturalism from the Perspective of Dreiser’s Sister Carrie]. Journal of Zhenjiang College (China) 17.2 (2004): 34-36. 张媛,「从《嘉莉妹妹》看德莱塞的美国自然主义 」,镇江高专学报,2004年第17卷第2期,頁34-36。 

Zheng, Li. “An Analysis on Psychological Description in An American Tragedy” (author’s tilte; retranslated as An Analysis of Psychological Depiction in An American Tragedy). Journal of Hexi University (China) 20.4 (2004): 48-50. 郑莉,「《美国的悲剧》中的心理描写分析」,河西学院学报,2004年第20卷第4期,頁48-50。 

Zimmerman, David. “The Financier and the Ends of Accounting.” Dreiser Studies 35.2 (2004): 3-28.

 

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