Front Text: Theodore Dreiser wrote in 1900 his famous novel, Sister Carrie, in this house. It was built in 1835 and altered to Greek Revival Style in 1844. Dreiser acquired it in 1899. The house possesses most of the features typical of the American  classic temple  including four Doric columns rising the full length of the structure. In 1967 the house is owned by the William M. Hankins family. Back Text: Same

Front Text: Theodore Dreiser wrote in 1900 his famous novel, Sister Carrie, in this house. It was built in 1835 and altered to Greek Revival Style in 1844. Dreiser acquired it in 1899. The house possesses most of the features typical of the American classic temple including four Doric columns rising the full length of the structure. In 1967 the house is owned by the William M. Hankins family. Back Text: Same

Front Text: Theodore Dreiser wrote in 1900 his famous novel, Sister Carrie, in this house. It was built in 1835 and altered to Greek Revival Style in 1844. Dreiser acquired it in 1899. The house possesses most of the features typical of the American  classic temple  including four Doric columns rising the full length of the structure. In 1967 the house is owned by the William M. Hankins family. Back Text: Same

Front Text: Theodore Dreiser wrote in 1900 his famous novel, Sister Carrie, in this house. It was built in 1835 and altered to Greek Revival Style in 1844. Dreiser acquired it in 1899. The house possesses most of the features typical of the American classic temple including four Doric columns rising the full length of the structure. In 1967 the house is owned by the William M. Hankins family. Back Text: Same

// The Financier (Penguin Classics) by Theodore Dreiser

// The Financier (Penguin Classics) by Theodore Dreiser

// The Financier (Penguin Classics) by Theodore Dreiser

// The Financier (Penguin Classics) by Theodore Dreiser

Authors Theodore Dreiser writing often portrays characters whose strength lies not in their moral code or ethics, but instead in their absolute persistence as they are confronted by all obstacles; their unwillingness to yield.

Authors Theodore Dreiser writing often portrays characters whose strength lies not in their moral code or ethics, but instead in their absolute persistence as they are confronted by all obstacles; their unwillingness to yield.

Theodore Dreiser, Terre Haute, Ind.

Theodore Dreiser, Terre Haute, Ind.

Theodore Dreiser in 1890s, American novelist. Sister Carrie, An American Tragedy

Theodore Dreiser in 1890s, American novelist. Sister Carrie, An American Tragedy

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