Sister Carrie, Volume 1981, Part 2
Theodore Dreiser's first and perhaps most accessible novel, Sister Carrie is an epic of urban life - the story of an innocent heroine adrift in an indifferent city. When small-town girl Carrie Meeber sets out for Chicago, she is equipped with nothing but a few dollars, a certain unspoiled beauty and charm, and a pitiful lack of preparation for the complex moral choices she will face.
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The Emotional Brain: The Mysterious Underpinnings of Emotional Life
Limited preview - 1998
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Revisioning Men's Lives: Gender, Intimacy, and Power
Terry Allen Kupers
No preview available - 1993