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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jmcdbooks - LibraryThing
Rated: B- It was a wonderful story of turn of the last century life in Chicago and New York about a young progressive women moving up in life. What was strange was the ending which for me just dropped off. Read full review
Review: Sister CarrieUser Review - Laurie McKickass - Goodreads
My comps list covers 20th century American novels, and I would have been remiss to leave this 1900 text off. While I can't say I enjoy the book (Naturalism seems like a hypocritical exercise in ... Read full review