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About meTheodore Dreiser (1871-1945) was an American social activist, journalist and novelist best known for his works Sister Carrie and An American Tragedy. Here is a lengthy biography of Dreiser written by Thomas Riggio for the Rare Book & Manuscript Library at the University of Pennsylvania.

About my libraryDreiser's library consists of more than 1,900 volumes, purchased by the University of Pennsylvania from Dreiser's widow in 1949. Here is a nice article about the library written by Roark Mulligan.

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You have Erewhom, by Samuel Butler; shouldn't that be Erewhon?
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