Table of Contents for Sister Carrie : An Authoritative Text, Backgrounds, and Sources Criticism


Preface to the Second Edition viii(2)
A Note on the Text x
The Text of Sister Carrie 1(384)
Appendix: Passages Cut by Dreiser and Arthur Henry in the Typescript Version of Sister Carrie
371(14)
Backgrounds and Sources I 385(50)
CARRIE
387(11)
Chicago Mail He Cleaned Out the Safe
388(1)
Chicago Tribune Clerk and Cash
388(1)
Chicago Mail A Woman in the Case
389(2)
Chicago Mail A Dashing Blonde
391(1)
Chicago Tribune Hopkins Is Sorry
392(1)
Theodore Dreiser
[Sisters and Suitors]
393(3)
Theodore Dreiser
[Emma's Elopement]
396(2)
HURSTWOOD
398(4)
Theodore Dreiser
[Downfall in the City]
398(4)
DROUET
402(4)
George Ade
The Fable of the Two Mandolin Players and the Willing Performer
402(4)
THE CITY
406(21)
Theodore Dreiser
[Chicago]
406(2)
Theodore Dreiser
[New York]
408(1)
Theodore Dreiser
Reflections
409(4)
Theodore Dreiser
[Balzac's Paris and Pittsburgh]
413(2)
Theodore Dreiser
Curious Shifts of the Poor
415(9)
Theodore Dreiser
The Man on the Sidewalk
424(3)
THE STRIKE
427(8)
Theodore Dreiser
[A Street-Car Strike]
427(1)
Theodore Dreiser
The Strike To-Day
428(7)
Backgrounds and Sources II 435(44)
COMPOSITION
437(6)
Theodore Dreiser
To H. L. Mencken (May 13, 1916)
438(2)
Dorothy Dudley
[The Composition of Sister Carrie]
440(1)
New York Herald "Sister Carrie": Theodore Dreiser
441(2)
PUBLICATION
443(21)
Frank Norris
To Theodore Dreiser (May 28, 1900)
444(1)
Frank Norris
To Theodore Dreiser (June 8, 1900)
444(1)
Walter H. Page
To Theodore Dreiser (June 9, 1900)
445(1)
Arthur Henry
To Theodore Dreiser (July 14, 1900)
445(2)
Frank Norris
To Arthur Henry (July 18, 1900)
447(1)
Arthur Henry
To Theodore Dreiser (July 19, 1900)
447(2)
Walter H. Page
To Theodore Dreiser (July 19, 1900)
449(1)
Theodore Dreiser
To Arthur Henry (July 23, 1900)
450(2)
Theodore Dreiser
To Walter H. Page (July 23, 1900)
452(3)
Arthur Henry
To Theodore Dreiser (July 26, 1900)
455(1)
Arthur Henry
To Theodore Dreiser (July 1900)
455(1)
Walter H. Page
To Theodore Dreiser (August 2, 1900)
456(2)
Theodore Dreiser
To Walter H. Page (August 6, 1900)
458(1)
Arthur Henry
To Theodore Dreiser (August 1900)
459(1)
Walter H. Page
To Theodore Dreiser (August 15, 1900)
460(1)
F. N. Doubleday
To Theodore Dreiser (September 4, 1900)
460(1)
Theodore Dreiser
To F. N. Doubleday (after September 4, 1900)
461(1)
Theodore Dreiser
To Frank Norris (December 1900)
462(1)
Frank Norris
To Theodore Dreiser (January 28, 1901)
462(2)
LEGEND
464(15)
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Author of Sister Carrie
465(2)
S. A. Everitt
To Theodore Dreiser (February 9, 1905)
467(1)
Theodore Dreiser
To Fremont Older (November 27, 1923)
468(3)
F. N. Doubleday
To Franklin Walker (May 4, 1931)
471(1)
Theodore Dreiser
The Early Adventures of Sister Carrie
471(2)
Dorothy Dudley
[The "Suppression" Controversy]
473(6)
Criticism 479(97)
Theodore Dreiser
True Art Speaks Plainly
481(1)
Otis Notman
Mr. Dreiser
482(1)
Theodore Dreiser
To John Howard Lawson
483(1)
Charles C. Walcutt
Theodore Dreiser: The Wonder and Terror of Life
484(12)
Kenneth S. Lynn
[Sister Carrie: An Introduction]
496(8)
Julian Markels
Dreiser and the Plotting of Inarticulate Experience
504(13)
Ellen Moers
The Finesse of Dreiser
517(8)
Ellen Moers
The Blizzard
525(9)
Robert Penn Warren
[Sister Carrie]
534(9)
Donald Pizer
Nineteenth-Century American Naturalism: An Approach Through Form
543(6)
Philip Fisher
The Life History of Objects: The Naturalist Novel and the City
549(11)
Robert Shulman
Dreiser and the Dynamics of American Capitalism
560(16)
The Chronology of Sister Carrie 576(2)
Selected Bibliography 578