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Sister Carrie
"A Strangely Strong Novel
in a Queer Milieu"
Curated by Nancy M. Shawcross
Rare Book & Manuscript Library
University of Pennsylvania

Nat C. Goodwin


W. M. Morrison
Photograph of Nat C. Goodwin and Maxine Eliot
Chicago, n.d.

"Did you see that in the Herald this morning about Nat Goodwin, Harris?"
"No," said the person addressed. "What was it?"
"Made quite a curtain address at Hooley's last night. Better look it up."

--From Chapter XXVI of Sister Carrie


"Let's go to the matinée this afternoon," said Mrs. Vance, who had stepped across into Carrie's flat one morning . . . .
"All right," said Carrie. . . . "What shall we see?"
"Oh, I do want to see Nat Goodwin," said Mrs. Vance. "I do think he is the jolliest actor. The papers say this is such a good play."

--From Chapter XXXI of Sister Carrie

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