Definition of Dreiser, Theodore in English:

Dreiser, Theodore

Pronunciation /ˈdrīzər/ /ˈdraɪzər/

proper noun

  • (1871–1945), US novelist; full name Theodore Herman Albert Dreiser. His first novel, Sister Carrie (1900), caused controversy for its frank treatment of the heroine's sexuality and ambition. Other notable works: An American Tragedy (1925) and America Is Worth Saving (1941).