New York. 1912. Harper & Brothers. 1st American Edition. Very Good. No Dustjacket. ‘Published October 1912’ on the copyright page with ‘K-M’. 780 pages. October 1912. hardcover. keywords: Literature America 20th Century. inventory # 32744. FROM THE PUBLISHER - The American success story stripped down to brutal realities-a struggle for spoils without conscience, pity, or even final purpose. A work of immense social documentation, shaped by intense human compassion, The Financier is a major achievement of a writer whom Alfred Kazin has termed ‘stronger than all the others of his time, and at the same time more poignant; greater than the world he has described, but as significant as the people in it.’ Here, Dreiser, as Professor Larzer Ziff of the University of California at Berkeley declares, ‘succeeded beyond any of his predecessors or successors in producing a great American business novel .’. Bookseller Inventory # 32744
Title: The Financier
Publisher: Harper & Brothers
Publication Date: 1912
Book Condition: Very Good. No Dustjacket
Edition: 1st Edition.
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