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The Titan is a novel by Theodore Dreiser, completed in 1914 as a sequel to his 1912 novel The Financier. Both books were originally a single manuscript, but the narrative's length required splitting it into two separate novels. Dreiser's manuscript of The Titan was rejected by Harper & Brothers, publisher of The Financier, due to its uncompromising realism; John Lane published the book in 1914. The Titan is the second part of Dreiser's Trilogy of Desire, a saga of ruthless businessman Frank Cowperwood (modeled after real-life streetcar tycoon Charles Yerkes). The third part of the trilogy, The Stoic, was Dreiser's final novel, published in 1947 after his death.

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  • The Titan is a novel by Theodore Dreiser, completed in 1914 as a sequel to his 1912 novel The Financier. Both books were originally a single manuscript, but the narrative's length required splitting it into two separate novels. Dreiser's manuscript of The Titan was rejected by Harper & Brothers, publisher of The Financier, due to its uncompromising realism; John Lane published the book in 1914. The Titan is the second part of Dreiser's Trilogy of Desire, a saga of ruthless businessman Frank Cowperwood (modeled after real-life streetcar tycoon Charles Yerkes). The third part of the trilogy, The Stoic, was Dreiser's final novel, published in 1947 after his death. (en)
  • «Титан» (англ. The Titan) — роман американского писателя Теодора Драйзера, изданный в мае 1914 года. Вторая часть цикла «Трилогия желания», рассказывающей о жизни Фрэнка Каупервуда, прототипом которого стал бизнесмен Чарльз Йеркс. Роман описывает события в жизни главного героя после филадельфийского периода («Финансист») и предшествует заключительной части — роману «Стоик». (ru)
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  • The Titan is a novel by Theodore Dreiser, completed in 1914 as a sequel to his 1912 novel The Financier. Both books were originally a single manuscript, but the narrative's length required splitting it into two separate novels. Dreiser's manuscript of The Titan was rejected by Harper & Brothers, publisher of The Financier, due to its uncompromising realism; John Lane published the book in 1914. The Titan is the second part of Dreiser's Trilogy of Desire, a saga of ruthless businessman Frank Cowperwood (modeled after real-life streetcar tycoon Charles Yerkes). The third part of the trilogy, The Stoic, was Dreiser's final novel, published in 1947 after his death. (en)
  • «Титан» (англ. The Titan) — роман американского писателя Теодора Драйзера, изданный в мае 1914 года. Вторая часть цикла «Трилогия желания», рассказывающей о жизни Фрэнка Каупервуда, прототипом которого стал бизнесмен Чарльз Йеркс. Роман описывает события в жизни главного героя после филадельфийского периода («Финансист») и предшествует заключительной части — роману «Стоик». (ru)
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