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|Title:||Socio-literary analysis of Clyde Griffiths as a protagonist image in Theodore Dreiser’s novel “An American Tragedy”|
An American Tragedy
|Abstract:||The novel “An American tragedy” is a peak point in the creativity of Theodore Dreiser. There are quite evidently mentioned the sharp social problems of the American society and convincingly proved that behind a facade of ostentatious bourgeois well-being the grief and despair of many destitute people are concealed.|
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