Sister Carrie

4 April 2015
An analysis of the book “Sister Carrie” by Theodore Dreiser.

A paper which presents a detailed discussion about the book “Sister Carrie” by Theodore Dreiser. The book addresses the boom of industrialism that besieged America and the way that industrialism affected the relationships of people. The writer of this paper presents an overview of the book and then enters a discussion as to the book’s meaning, theme and impact.
The story underscores the mindset of society during a time where machines were threatening to take over jobs(Rabinbach pg 132). It was a time in which people could quickly rise to the top in management positions but they would go out on a limb and get themselves in above their heads financially. It did not take long to discover that jobs could be lost at the management level as people scrambled in upward motions to survive the industrial attrition aspect of society. Carrie was a woman caught without skills, or a way to survive and she did what millions of women in her era did(Smith pg 78). She turned to men to take care of her.
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