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Roger W. Smith,“Two Letters from 'An American Tragedy'"

In Book Two, Chapter XLII of Theodore Dreiser’s An American Tragedy, letters from Sondra Finchley and Roberta Alden to Clyde Griffiths, which Clyde receives on the same day, are paired and quoted in full. 3,937 more words

Theodore Dreiser

did Sondra visit Clyde on death row?

On page 335 of Craig Brandon’s Murder in the Adirondacks: An American Tragedy Revisited (Fully Revised and Expanded Edition, 2016) — the definitive book about the “American Tragedy” murder case — Brandon states: 837 more words

Theodore Dreiser

Mary Gordon on "A Place in the Sun"

The following are critic Mary Gordon’s comments on the contrasting characters of Roberta Alden and Sondra Finchley in Theodore Dreiser’s novel An American Tragedy, viewed in the context of… 314 more words

Theodore Dreiser

2nd Annual SEX! (now that I have your attention) Blogathon - Day 1 Recap

Summer is starting off with a bang (ahem), as we get our first round of blogs featuring movies that suggest sex rather than overtly depicting it. 277 more words

A place in the sun

My place in the sun
is where I found
the realm
of red pansies
amid the green grass
that fancies
a stroll at dusk
under merry shrubs… 16 more words

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A Place In The Sun

Heat-seeking missile,
my cat is; she will snatch the
tiniest sun-patch.


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