Discusses on reasons for Dreiser’s popularity in Azerbaijan. “The Moral Crisis of Clyde, the Criminal Society of USA – About Dreiser’s ‘An American Tragedy’” [original title]. Profile of Gengiz Babaev, a Los Angeles gas station attendant and Dreiser enthusiast who grew up reading Dreiser in Russian translation in his native Azerbaijan. “American Literary Naturalism: The Evolution of the Term Naturalism, and an Identification of the Writers Who Were Most Responsible for How the Term Was Defined.” Ph. “1904 to 1915: From Sea-Wolf to The ‘Genius’ ” (thesis chapter). “Amerika no Shizen Shugi Shousetsu : Kurein Norisu Rondon Doraisâ o Yomu [Naturalism in American Literature : Crane, Norris, London and Dreiser]”. First edition published by New American Library as The International Dictionary of 20th Century Biography. Focuses on the Dreiser collection at the University of Pennsylvania Library. “The Author as Consumer: The Financier.” Deficits and Desires: Economics and Sexuality in Twentieth-Century Literature. “Between Profits and Primitivism: Rehabilitating White Middle-Class Manhood in America, 1880-1917.” Ph. Chapter 2, “The Male Body and the Market Economy: The Case of Dreiser’s Frank Cowperwood,” focuses on The Financier and The Titan. “At Home; A Wall Street Wizard Tends to His Garden.” New York Times .
“Xingkelai Liuyisi yu Meiguo Wenxuei Fengci Yishu.” (Sinclair Lewis and the art of sarcasm in American literature) [Master’s thesis] Wuhan, Hubei: Central China Normal University, 2001. Discusses the degree to which modernist and naturalist texts — including works by Jack London, Frank Norris, Eugene O’Neill, Dreiser, Gertrude Stein, and Nella Larsen — drew upon earlier romantic images and transformed them Sawyers, June Skinner, ed. Specifies addresses at which Dreiser lived in Greenwich Village. “A Comparative Analysis of the Roles and Meanings of Chicago in Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie, Richard Wright’s Native Son and Saul Bellow’s The Dean’s December.” Theis. ix, xvi, 48-57 passim Details the intense relationship between French architect Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris (Le Corbusier) and Dreiser’s literary assistant and mistress Marguerite Tjader Harris that began in 1932 and blossomed during Le Corbusier’s lecture tour of the United States in the 1930s. Helsingin yliopisto [U of Helsinki], 2000 81 pages. Le Corbusier in America: Travels in the Land of the Timid Cambridge, MA: MIT P, 2001. Aldershot, England and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2001. Uses as examples the Dreiser manuscripts that were published as American Diaries, 1902-1926, An Amateur Laborer, and Dreiser’s Russian Diary. Cable television program; videocassette (VHS; 2 hr.