Mcteague: A Story of San Francisco Questions and Answers

Mcteague: A Story of San Francisco

McTeague is a massive, mentally slow, and psychologically primitive man who has evolved as far as he possibly can. He manages to control his animal-like tendencies until Trina enters his life. Then...

Latest answer posted June 24, 2007, 6:45 am (UTC)

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Mcteague: A Story of San Francisco

McTeague's marriage to Trina has been deteriorating for some time. After McTeague, or Mac, is debarred from practicing dentistry by the authorities—thanks to his former friend, and Trina's cousin,...

Latest answer posted March 31, 2020, 2:56 pm (UTC)

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Mcteague: A Story of San Francisco

American writer Frank Norris's 1899 novel, McTeague: A Story of San Francisco is an excellent example of his aesthetic philosophy of naturalism. As opposed to romanticism, naturalism sought to...

Latest answer posted March 23, 2020, 11:54 pm (UTC)

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Mcteague: A Story of San Francisco

Frank Norris was a major author in the naturalist movement. Naturalism claims that human beings have little to no free will and are controlled by factors outside of their control, such as biology,...

Latest answer posted March 24, 2020, 12:36 pm (UTC)

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Mcteague: A Story of San Francisco

This book was written by Franik Norris. I found both the book and the audiobook at Barnes and Noble, but nothing about a film version. The Audiobook is a theatrical performance and has a full...

Latest answer posted June 17, 2009, 10:33 pm (UTC)

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