Theodore Dreiser (1871 to 1945) pioneered the "Naturalist" school of writers, using detailed realism to convey stories rather than embellishing through Romantacism or Surrealism. He is known for seminal works such as "Sister Carrie," "The Titan," and "An American Tragedy." Dreiser campaigned throughout his life against social injustice, and was a committed socialist.
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