- 80 p.
"Clyde hated being poor. He saw that people looked down on his family. Not just because they were poor but because they sang and prayed in the streets. So he was always dreaming of how he could get away and better himself."
Clyde's dream of wealth and happiness - the American Dream - goes very wrong and ends in tragedy. This novel by T. Dreiser is a classic of 20th century American fiction.