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The events of Sister Carrie are described by a third-person omniscient narrator, who often intrudes into the storyline to add philosophical musings.
Theodore Dreiser's Sister Carrie is written in the past tense.
Carrie is the nickname of the story's main character, Caroline Meeber. Her family fondly called her "Sister Carrie" when she was young. The title introduces the main character through a relationship; she is a sister. Interestingly Carrie's struggle with relationships is one of the central conflicts of the novel.
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