By Martin Bucco
Referred to as the most effective writers at the American scene, Dreiser is usually known as one of many world's most sensible worst writers, with claims that he's an impurist with not anything yet genius. This tale, informed in grotesque element and with dependable realism, recounts the dilemmas and offerings of a ''loser''; we watch him ascend to temptation, fall in transgression, and obtain his acceptable penance.
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He reads light romantic novels which picture ideal worlds. Though still smouldering, Clyde sees the fever of his former life as a form of insanity, and as he reads Sondra's unsigned note in the dusk, the last trace of his vain, impossible dream vanishes. After the court's denial, the Reverend McMillan assures Clyde that only the next world, not this one, is important. Clyde fails to make his mother understand his dream of success--the American Dream which Dreiser depicts as vulgar and as tragic because of its often deadly consequences.
Com self-interest. Most important, he will retain lawyers for Clyde only if they are honest and if Clyde is innocent. Thus in good faith he has invited Clyde to Lycurgus, provided him with a job, with social invitations, and with defense attorneys, but in each instance only up to a point. After Clyde is judged guilty of murder, Samuel Griffiths does what he must to protect himself, his business, and his family. Indeed, something has happened now to darken his and his family's prestige, and perhaps he and his family have contributed to this.
Believing that Clyde is guilty before God, McMillan, as Clyde's spiritual advisor, will not lie for him--for by forsaking Clyde here, he saves him for the hereafter. com In the shadow of death, Clyde realizes that his mother, at least, did not desert him. In turn, Elvira believes that in her need, God will not forsake her. But she cannot abandon her husband to aid Clyde alone. Clyde wonders how different his life might have been had his lust for women and wealth been less fierce; he wonders if religious persons have inferior passions or superior courage.