Sister Carrie

Sister Carrie


seemed through many critics because the maximum novel on city existence ever composed, Sister Carrie tells the tale of Caroline Meeber, an 18-year-old from rural Wisconsin whose new existence in Chicago takes her on an superb trip from the despairing depths of commercial exertions to the striking heists of reputation and stardom. Representing the transition from the heavy moralizing of the Victorian period to the realism of contemporary literature, Sister Carrie is still a literary milestone that examines the human situation and all its flaws.

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