"An American Tragedy"
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This paper looks at the character, Clyde Griffith, in "The American Tragedy" by Theodore Dreiser, and his objectification of women and the world at large. The paper looks at his sexism, his self-centered view of the world, and his character traits.
From the Paper:"Clyde Griffiths, the main character in Theodore Dreiser's novel An American Tragedy, is a self-centered young man whose relations with women are such that he could be classified as a sexist. He seems to seek and love women, but in fact he only uses them ..."
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