Theodore Dreiser Autogramm

SKU: 8010395



Eigenhändiger Brief mit Unterschrift, eine Seite, 7 x 10 inch, New York, 21.03.1928, an "Dear Duffy" - ein Bild und eine Verabredung betreffend, in schwarzer Tinte geschrieben und signiert "Dreiser", zur Ausstellung attraktiv montiert (herausnehmbar) mit einer Photographie, die Theodore Dreiser in einer Nahaufnahme zeigt (insgesamt 16,5 x 11,75 inch), mit einem kleinen Einriss (0,4 inch) am rechten Rand (Text nicht betroffen) und leicht fleckig - in gutem Zustand.

"Dear Duffy:
   Thanks for remembering me with that picture. And let me add - for a few Thursdays - maybe nutie way - from 9 to 12 this place will be open [...] If you are free I`ll be glad to see you here. any how - regards
`Should auld acquaintance`

Weitere Infos zur Person

(1871 - 1945) Amerikanischer Schriftsteller und Journalist der Naturforscherschule

Year of Birth: 1871

Biography (AI generated)

Theodore Dreiser was an American novelist and journalist known for his vivid portrayals of urban life and the struggles of ordinary people. Born on August 27, 1871 in Terre Haute, Indiana, Dreiser grew up in a poor, working-class family. His difficult childhood experiences would later shape his writing, as he often explored themes of poverty, morality, and social injustice in his work.

After working a series of odd jobs, Dreiser pursued a career in journalism, working for various newspapers in Chicago, St. Louis, and Pittsburgh. It was during this time that he began writing fiction in his spare time, eventually publishing his first novel, "Sister Carrie," in 1900. The novel was met with controversy due to its frank depiction of a young woman's struggles in the big city.

Dreiser's writing style was marked by a stark realism and a focus on the human condition. His novels often delved into the moral complexities of everyday life, exploring the darker aspects of human nature and society. Despite facing criticism and censorship for his work, Dreiser continued to write prolifically, producing such acclaimed works as "An American Tragedy" and "The Bulwark."

Throughout his career, Dreiser was a vocal advocate for social reform and political activism. He used his platform as a writer to address issues such as poverty, labor rights, and the plight of the working class. His novels were noted for their social consciousness and unflinching portrayal of the struggles faced by everyday Americans.

Despite facing personal and professional challenges, Dreiser remained committed to his craft, producing a body of work that continues to be studied and celebrated to this day. He died on December 28, 1945 in Hollywood, California, leaving behind a legacy of thought-provoking and socially relevant literature that still resonates with readers around the world.


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