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Sister Carrie a novel

Sister Carrie, Dreiser's great first novel, transformed the conventional "fallen woman" story into a bold and truly innovative piece of fiction when it appeared in 1900. Naive young Caroline Meeber, a small-town girl seduced by the lure of the modern city, becomes the mistress of a traveling salesman and then of a saloon manager, who elopes with her to New York. Both its subject matter and Dreiser's unsparing, nonjudgmental approach made Sister Carrie a controversial book in its time, and the work retains the power to shock readers today.

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  • "Sister Garrie"
  • "Theodore Dreiser"
  • "Tasogare"
  • "Nostra sorella Carrie"@it
  • "Sister Carrie"@pl
  • "Sister Carrie"@it
  • "Sister Carrie"
  • "Sister Earrie"
  • "Jia li mei mei"
  • "Kėri - eja roman"
  • "黄昏"
  • "Cliffs Notes on Dreiser's Sister Carrie"@en
  • "Jiali mei mei"
  • "Cliff Notes on Dreiser's Sister Carrie"@en
  • "Sister carrie"
  • "Jia-li mei mei"
  • "嘉莉妹妹"
  • "Dreiser's Sister Carrie"@en
  • "Pearl = [Jinju]"

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  • "After leaving the country for Chicago, Caroline Meeber is seduced by a traveling salesman before falling in love with a saloon manager."
  • "The classic American novel depicting an amoral young woman's rise to stardom as she brings about the decline of those closest to her."
  • "This novel about the effects of America's repressive moral climate was controversial in its day, and its availability to the public was delayed 12 years because of the "immorality" in Dreiser's sordid, realistic portrayal of the downfall of an innocent young woman who leaves her country town for the big city."
  • "Sister Carrie, Dreiser's great first novel, transformed the conventional "fallen woman" story into a bold and truly innovative piece of fiction when it appeared in 1900. Naive young Caroline Meeber, a small-town girl seduced by the lure of the modern city, becomes the mistress of a traveling salesman and then of a saloon manager, who elopes with her to New York. Both its subject matter and Dreiser's unsparing, nonjudgmental approach made Sister Carrie a controversial book in its time, and the work retains the power to shock readers today."
  • "Sister Carrie, Dreiser's great first novel, transformed the conventional "fallen woman" story into a bold and truly innovative piece of fiction when it appeared in 1900. Naive young Caroline Meeber, a small-town girl seduced by the lure of the modern city, becomes the mistress of a traveling salesman and then of a saloon manager, who elopes with her to New York. Both its subject matter and Dreiser's unsparing, nonjudgmental approach made Sister Carrie a controversial book in its time, and the work retains the power to shock readers today."@en
  • "本书讲述了一个18岁的乡下少女带着一个箱子来到芝加哥, 只身闯世界的故事, 在各种欺骗, 诱惑, 蔑视与玩弄之中, 她学会了保护自己, 抓住机遇, 通过自身条件与机遇, 终于在美国这个商业社会取得成功."
  • "An illustrated collection of 116 rounds from around the world, with lyrics, melody lines, background information, and instructions for singing."
  • "Story of a beautiful innocent small-town girl who goes to Chicago and lives a life that changes from struggling to success."@en
  • "Sister Carrie is a novel by Theodore Dreiser about a young country girl who moves to the big city where she starts realizing her own American Dream by first becoming a mistress to men that she perceives as superior and later as a famous actress. In his Nobel Prize Lecture of 1930, Sinclair Lewis said that "Dreiser's great first novel, Sister Carrie, which he dared to publish thirty long years ago and which I read twenty-five years ago, came to housebound and airless America like a great free Western wind, and to our stuffy domesticity gave us the first fresh air since Mark Twain and Whitm."@en
  • "Roman over een arm meisje dat naar Chicago en New York gaat om werk te vinden en dat, nadat zij materieel heeft bereikt wat zij zich gedroomd heeft, langzamerhand het belang van geestelijke waarden ontdekt."
  • "This Web site explores the ongoing hypertext project of the American Studies Program at the University of Virginia. Visitors have access to an online version of the work, Sister Carrie, by Theodore Dreiser. The work can be access in direct order or visitors can skip ahead to the chapter of their choice."
  • "The position of women in a success-oriented society is epitomized by the story of Caroline Meeber, who leaves her small Mid-western hometown in 1889 to start life anew in Chicago and later in New York. In her quest for riches she becomes a famous actress, only to realize that despite her material acquisitions true happiness remains illusory."
  • "Ben shu miao xie le nong cun gu niang jia li, lai dao cheng shi mou sheng, wei deng hong jiu lü de sheng huo suo mi, zui hou cheng wei ming yan yuan de gu shi."
  • "Young Carrie Meeber leaves home for the first time and experiences work, love, and the pleasures and responsibilities of independence in late-nineteenth-century Chicago and New York."
  • "Young Carrie Meeber leaves home for the first time and experiences work, love, and the pleasures and responsibilities of independence in late-nineteenth-century Chicago and New York."@en
  • "This copy is part of a hypertexts collection produced by students and faculty at the University of Virginia American Studies Program."@en
  • "Dreiser's novel depicts a country girl who pursues her dreams of fame and fortune through relationships with men."@en
  • "This complete study edition of Theodore Dreiser's classic adventure novel Sister Carrie includes a time line of Dreiser's life, plot analysis, questions, writing ideas, and projects."
  • "Nian qing gu niang jia li, wei le mou sheng lai dao zhi jia ge, mian dui pin kun yu shi ye, wu nai yu yi tui xiao yuan tong ju, hou you zuo le jiu dian jing li de qing fu, yi ge ou ran de ji hui dang le yan yuan, wu zhi sheng huo mei you gei ta dai lai zhen zheng de xing fu, ta reng ran jue de kong xu, gu du. . . . . . ."
  • "Naive young Caroline Meeber, a small-town girl seduced by the lure of the modern city, becomes the mistress of a traveling salesman and then of a saloon manager, who elopes with her to New York."
  • "Naive young Caroline Meeber, a small-town girl seduced by the lure of the modern city, becomes the mistress of a traveling salesman and then of a saloon manager, who elopes with her to New York."@en
  • "Ben shu jiang shu le yi ge 18 sui de xiang xia shao nü dai zhe yi ge xiang zi lai dao zhi jia ge, zhi shen chuang shi jie de gu shi, zai ge zhong qi pian, you huo, mie shi yu wan nong zhi zhong, ta xue hui le bao hu zi ji, zhua zhu ji yu, tong guo zi shen tiao jian yu ji yu, zhong yu zai mei guo zhe ge shang ye she hui qu de cheng gong."
  • "Ben shu shi 19 shi ji mei guo zui wei da de she hui xiao shuo jia xi ao duo, de lai sai de di yi bu fan ying " mei guo shi meng xiang " , jie lu mei guo zi ben zhu yi she hui fu shi xing de chang pian xiao shuo. xiao shuo miao xie nong cun gu niang jia li yin xian mu da dou shi de wu zhi sheng huo er lai dao zhi jia ge mou sheng. yan ku de xian shi po sui le ta de mei meng, zai zou tou wu lu de qing kuang xia cheng wei le tui xiao yuan du luo ai de qing fu, zhi hou you yu ou ran de ji hui ta cheng le yi ge zou hong yi shi de yan yuan, ji ru le shang liu she hui, shi xian le ta de meng xiang. ran er, suo wei de " shang liu she hui sheng huo " you gei ta dai lai le shen me ne?ta gan dao kong xu, zhao bu dao zhen zheng sheng huo de yi yi, zai ji mo he qi liang zhong, ta zuo zai yao yi li meng xiang zhe na zhong bu ke de de xing fu."
  • "本书是19世纪美国最伟大的社会小说家西奥多·德莱塞的第一部反映“美国式梦想”,揭露美国资本主义社会腐蚀性的长篇小说。小说描写农村姑娘嘉丽因羡慕大都市的物质生活而来到芝加哥谋生。严酷的现实破碎了她的美梦,在走投无路的情况下成为了推销员杜洛埃的情妇,之后由于偶然的机会她成了一个走红一时的演员,挤入了上流社会,实现了她的梦想。然而,所谓的“上流社会生活”又给她带来了什么呢?她感到空虚,找不到真正生活的意义,在寂寞和凄凉中,她坐在摇椅里梦想着那终不可得的幸福."
  • "From the day of its troubled publication in 1900 to its inclusion in Modern Library's list of Top 100 Novels of the 20th Century, "Sister Carrie" has been a source of controversy and debate. Regarded as the "first masterpiece of the American naturalist movement," this 100th Anniversary Edition of the classic includes material by the author and a new introduction by the definitive Dreiser biographer."
  • "Story of Carrie Meeber, an 18-year-old country girl who moves to Chicago and then to New York. She starts out poor and living with her sister but eventually becomes a successful Broadway star."@en
  • "Theodore Dreiser had a hardscrabble youth and years of newspaper work behind him when he began his first novel, Sister Carrie, the story of a pretty Midwestern girl who makes it big in New York City. Published by Doubleday in 1900, the novel was altered to make it more palatable to the audiences of the day, which caused Dreiser considerable anguish. It nevertheless gained a reputation as a shocker, for Dreiser had dared to give to the world a heroine whose "cosmopolitan standard of virtue" brings her from Wisconsin, with four dollars in her purse, to a suite at the Waldorf and glittering fame as an actress. With Sister Carrie, Dreiser told a tale not sufficiently delicate for many of its first readers and critics, but which is now universally recognized as one of the greatest and most influential of American novels."
  • "Theodore Dreiser had a hardscrabble youth and years of newspaper work behind him when he began his first novel, Sister Carrie, the story of a pretty Midwestern girl who makes it big in New York City. Published by Doubleday in 1900, the novel was altered to make it more palatable to the audiences of the day, which caused Dreiser considerable anguish. It nevertheless gained a reputation as a shocker, for Dreiser had dared to give to the world a heroine whose "cosmopolitan standard of virtue" brings her from Wisconsin, with four dollars in her purse, to a suite at the Waldorf and glittering fame as an actress. With Sister Carrie, Dreiser told a tale not sufficiently delicate for many of its first readers and critics, but which is now universally recognized as one of the greatest and most influential of American novels."@en
  • "Young Caroline Meeber leaves home for the first time and experiences work, love, and the pleasures and responsibilities of independence in late-nineteenth-century Chicago and New York."
  • "Young Caroline Meeber leaves home for the first time and experiences work, love, and the pleasures and responsibilities of independence in late-nineteenth-century Chicago and New York."@en
  • "Dissatisfied with life in her rural Wisconsin home, 18-year-old Caroline moves to the big city where she starts realizing her own American Dream by first becoming a mistress to men that she perceives as superior and later as a famous actress. It has been called the ""greatest of all American urban novels."""@en
  • ""American writing, before and after Dreiser's time, differed almost as much as biology before and after Darwin," said H. L. Mencken. Sister Carrie, Dreiser's great first novel, transformed the conventional "fallen woman" story into a bold and truly innovative piece of fiction when it appeared in 1900. Na?ve young Caroline Meeber, a small-town girl seduced by the lure of the modern city, becomes the mistress of a traveling salesman and then of a saloon manager, who elopes with her to New York. Both its subject matter and Dreiser's unsparing, nonjudgmental approach made Sister Carrie a controversial book in its time, and the work retains the power to shock readers today.?? "Sister Carrie came to housebound and airless America like a great free Western wind, and to our stuffy domesticity gave us the first fresh air since Mark Twain and Whitman," noted Sinclair Lewis. "Dreiser enlarged, willy-nilly, by a kind of historical accident if The Modern Library has played a significant role in American cultural life for the better part of a century. The series was founded in 1917 by the publishers Boni and Liveright and eight years later acquired by Bennett Cerf and Donald Klopfer. It provided the foundation for their next publishing venture, Random House. The Modern Library has been a staple of the American book trade, providing readers with afford-able hardbound editions of impor-tant works of literature and thought. For the Modern Library's seventy-fifth anniversary, Random House redesigned the series, restoring as its emblem the running torch-bearer created by Lucian Bernhard in 1925 and refurbishing jackets, bindings, and type, as well as inau-gurating a new program of selecting titles. The Modern Library continues to provide the world's best books, at the best prices.From the Hardcover edition."@en
  • "The story of a young woman from Wisconsin who goes to Chicago, becomes an actress, marries and moves to New York, and when her husband loses his job, returns to the stage."
  • "The story of a young woman from Wisconsin who goes to Chicago, becomes an actress, marries and moves to New York, and when her husband loses his job, returns to the stage."@en
  • "Computer version of Dreiser's Sister Carrie, plus DOS applications."@en
  • "The story of a woman who flees country life for Chicago, Illinois and falls into a wayward life of sin. One of the most important novels America has ever produced, it ruthlessly exposes the hypocrisy and meanness of middle-class standards, and establishes a new tradition in literary realism."@en
  • ""The story of a young woman from Wisconsin who goes to Chicago, becomes an actress, marries and moves to New York, and when her husband loses his job, returns to the stage." ***"A powerful account of a young working girl's rise to the 'tinsel and shine' of worldly success, and of the slow decline of her lover and protector Hurstwood." Oxford Companion to Engl Lit. ***"Plain, unaffected, and unconventional story of the actual life of the lower middle-classes of New York and Chicago. Its chief interest is its exhaustive record of the career of a young woman led into vice by her weakness for pleasure, and the careful study of a man's moral deterioration." Baker's Best."
  • "Realistický román, první velké dílo významného amerického spisovatele, líčí život v Chicagu a New Yorku koncem 19. století. Jeho dějovou osou je životní příběh dívky, sestřičky Carrie, která přijíždí z maloměstského prostředído Chicaga za lepším životem. Těžce si vydělává živobytí, znechucena dřinou se stává milenkou obchodního agenta Droueta a poté jeho ředitele Hurstwooda, s nímž odjíždí do New Yorku. Dvojice tu však žije ve stísněných poměrech anakonec se rozchází. Hurstwood upadá společensky a hyne jako žebrák, kdežto Carrie se stává slavnou herečkou, dosahuje bohatství, štěstí však nenalézá. Těžištěm románu jsou realistické scény ze života různých společenskýchvrstev velkoměsta."
  • "A simple country girl rises to success at the expense of those around her."
  • "This epic of urban life tells of small- town heroine Carrie Meeber, adrift in an indifferent Chicago. Setting out, she has nothing but a few dollars and an unspoiled beauty. Hers is a story of struggle?from sweatshop to stage success?nd of the love she inspires in an older, married man whose obsession with her threatens to destroy him."@en
  • "The position of women in a success-oriented society is epitomized by the story of Caroline Meeber, who leaves her small Mid-western hometown in 1889 to start life anew in Chicago and later in New York. In her quest for riches she becomes a famous actress, only to realize that despite her material acquisitions true happiness remains illusory."
  • "STORY OF THE ACTUAL LIFE OF THE LOWER MIDDLE-CLASSES OF NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. ITS CHIEF INTEREST IS ITS EXHAUSTIVE RECORD OF THE CAREER OF A YOUNG WOMAN LED INTO VICE BY HER LOVE OF PLEASURE, AND THE CAREFUL STUDY OF A MAN'S MORAL DETERIORATION."@en
  • "An 18-year-old girl without money or connections ventures forth from her small town in search of a better life in Theodore Dreiser's revolutionary first novel. The chronicle of Carrie Meeber's rise from obscurity to fame - and the effects of her progress on the men who use her and are used in turn - aroused a storm of controversy and debate upon its debut in 1900. The author's nonjudgmental portrait of a heroine who violates the contemporary moral code outraged some critics and elated others. A century later, Dreiser's compelling plot and realistic characters continue to fascinate readers. Una."@en
  • "Sister Carrie, by Theodore Dreiser, is part of the <A href=http://www.barnesandnoble.com/classics/index.asp?z=y&cds2Pid=16447&sLinkPrefix>Barnes & Noble Classics</A> series, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully crafted extras. Here are some of the remarkable features of Barnes & Noble Classics:<UL type=disc><LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>New introductions commissioned from today's top writers and scholars <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Biographies of the authors <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Chronologies of contemporary historical, biographical, and cultural events <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Footnotes and endnotes <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Selective discussions of imitations, parodies, poems, books, plays, paintings, operas, statuary, and films inspired by the work <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Comments by other famous authors <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Study questions to challenge the reader's viewpoints and expectations <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Bibliographies for further reading <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Indices & Glossaries, when appropriateAll editions are beautifully designed and are printed to superior specifications; some include illustrations of historical interest. Barnes & Noble Classics pulls together a constellation of influences—biographical, historical, and literary—to enrich each reader's understanding of these enduring works.When small-town Carrie Meeber arrives in 1890s Chicago, she cannot know what awaits. Callow, beautiful, and alone, she experiences the bitterness of temptation and hardship even as she sets her sights on a better life. Drawn by the seductive desire to rise above her social class, Carrie aspires to the top of the acting profession in New York, while the man who has become obsessed with her gambles everything for her sake and draws near the brink of destruction.Dreiser's first novel, Sister Carrie (1900) was inspired by the life of one of his sisters, who had eloped to New York with a disreputable lover. Its sympathetic depiction of Carrie's love affairs shocked its publisher, whose grudging efforts won few initial readers until the book's successful re-publication in 1907. Today it resonates with Dreiser's clear-sighted understanding of life in the increasingly mercantile world of the big city, and with his belief in the domination of fate over free will. Particularly in the unflinching tragedy of its final chapters, the novel broke new ground in American fiction for its gritty realism and for the character of Carrie, who begins “a half-equipped little knight and becomes a truly modern woman.Herbert Leibowitz is the editor and publisher of Parnassus: Poetry in Review. His books include Fabricating Lives: Explorations in American Autobiography and Hart Crane: An Introduction to the Poetry. He is currently writing a critical biography of William Carlos Williams."@en
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  • "Literature Online includes the KnowledgeNotes student guides, a unique collection of critical introductions to major literary works. These high-quality, peer-reviewed academic resources are tailored to the needs of literature students and serve as a complement to the guidance provided by lecturers and seminar teachers."
  • "An 18-year-old girl without money or connections ventures forth from her small town in search of a better life in Theodore Dreiser's revolutionary first novel. The chronicle of Carrie Meeber's rise from obscurity to fame and the effects of her progress on the men who use her and are used in turn aroused a storm of controversy and debate upon its debut in 1900. The author's nonjudgmental portrait of a heroine who violates the contemporary moral code outraged some critics and elated others. A century later, Dreiser's compelling plot and realistic characters continue to fascinate readers. Unabridged republication of the classic 1900 edition."@en
  • "Carrie Meeber leaves her home in rural Wisconsin for big-city life in Chicago, and faces a series of struggles -- professional, moral, and romantic -- before achieving success in the New York theater scene."@en
  • "The position of women in a success-oriented society is epitomized by the story of Caroline Meeber, who leaves her small Mid-western hometown in 1889 to start life anew in Chicago and later in New York. In her quest for riches she becomes a famous actress, only to realize that despite her material acquisitions try happiness remains illusory."@en
  • "Sister Carrie ruthlessly exposes the hypocrisy and meaness of American middle-class standards, and establishes a new tradition in literary realism."@en

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  • "Jia li mei mei = Sister Carrie"
  • "Jia li mei mei = Sister carrie"
  • "Sister Carrie a novel"@en
  • "Sister Carrie a novel"
  • "Schwester Carrie : Roman. Dt. von Anna Nußbaum"
  • "Sestra Carrie : román"
  • "Sestrička Carrie"
  • "嘉莉妹妹 = Sister casrie"
  • "Jia li mei mei"
  • "Jia li mei mei"@en
  • "Jia li mei mei = Sister Earrie : [quan yi cha tu ben]"
  • "Sister Carrie : rev. and updated bibliogr"
  • "Schwester Carrie Roman"
  • "Sestra Carrie = [Sister Carrie] : Román. Díl druhý"
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  • "Jiali mei mei / Sister Carrie / Theodore Dreiser"
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  • "Siostra Carrie : powieść współczesna"@pl
  • "嘉莉妹妹 = Sister Carrie : [英汉对照]"
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  • "Sister Carrie; a novel"@en
  • "Nuestra hermana Carrie"
  • "Schwester Carrie"
  • "Jia Li Mei Mei = Sister Carrie"
  • "シスター・キャリー"
  • "Carri"
  • "Sister Carrie : roman"
  • "Sister Carrie / (11. printing)"
  • "Ē mikrē mas Kary"
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  • "Sister carrie : an authorative text backgrounds and sources criticism"
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  • "嘉莉妹妹 = Sister carrie"
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  • "Nostra sorella Carrie"@it
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  • "Carolina = "Sister Carrie""
  • "Sistā Kyarī"
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  • "嘉莉妹妹 : 英汉对照"
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  • "Jia li mei mei / Sister Carrie / Theodore Dreiseryuan zhu ; guo qi qing ping zhu"
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  • "Schwester Carrie : Roman"
  • "Sister Carrie. [A tale.]"
  • "Sister Carrie. [A tale.]"@en
  • "Jia Li mei mei = Sister Carrie"
  • "Carrie, drágám"
  • "Сестра Керри"
  • "Kārı̄"
  • "Xơ Carrie"
  • "Sister Carrie : an abridged edition"
  • "Jiali mei mei"
  • "Nuestra Carrie"@es
  • "Nuestra Carrie"
  • "Shisutā Kyarī"
  • "Sister Carrie : an authorative text, backgrounds and sources criticism"@en
  • "嘉莉妺妺"
  • "<&gt"
  • "Jia Li mei mei"
  • "Sestra Carrie = [Sister Carrie] : Román. Díl první"
  • "Nuestra hermana Carrie = Sister Carrie"
  • "嘉利妹妹"
  • "Sestřička Carrie"
  • "嘉莉妹妹 (下)"
  • "Jialimeimei = Sister Carrie"
  • "Sestra Carrie"@hr
  • "Sestra Carrie"
  • "Sestra Carrie"@sl
  • "Sister Carrie : a novel"@en
  • "Sister Carrie : a novel"
  • "Jia li mei mei = Sister Garrie"
  • "Schwester Carrie, roman"
  • "Kerri ėgch"
  • "Jiali mei mei = Sister casrie"
  • "Sestra Kerri"
  • "Kari"
  • "嘉莉妹妹"
  • "Carrie drágám"
  • "嘉麗妹妹"
  • "Sister Carrie = Jiali mei mei"
  • "Jia li mei mei : [ Ying wen ban ]"
  • "Sister Carrie : an authoritative text; backrounds and sources; criticism"
  • "Jia li mei mei = Sister Carrie : [ying han dui zhao]"
  • "Jia li mei mei : Ying han dui zhao"
  • "Jia li mei mei : [ Ying wen ben ]"
  • "嘉莉妹妹 : [英文本]"
  • "Jia li mo mo"
  • "嘉莉妹妹 / Sister Carrie / Theodore Dreiser原著 ; 郭栖庆评注"
  • "Sister Carrie : unexpurgated version"
  • "Sister Carrie. Introduction by Louis Auchincloss"
  • "嘉利妹妹 = Sister Carrie"
  • "Shisutā kyarī"@ja
  • "Сестра Керрі : роман"
  • "嘉莉妹妹 = Sister Garrie"
  • "Syster Carrie: roman"@sv
  • "Kʻuyr Kʻerri"
  • "嘉莉妹妹 : [英文版]"
  • "Schwester Carrie. [Sister Carrie]. Roman. [... Übers. aus dem Englischen... Jubiläumsausg.]"
  • "Sestra Kerri : roman"

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