Novel by Theodore Dreiser, published in 1925. It is a complex and compassionate account of the life and death of a young antihero named Clyde GRIFFITHS. The novel begins with Clyde’s blighted background, recounts his path to success, and culminates in his apprehension, trial, and execution for murder. The book was called by one influential critic “the worst-written great novel in the world,” but its questionable grammar and style are transcended by its narrative power. Dreiser’s intricate speculations on the extent of Clyde’s guilt are countered by his searing indictment of materialism and the American dream of success. — The Merriam-Webster Encyclopedia of Literature
With Wordoku you can play this new Sudoku/Crossword game, enjoy 3000 unique puzzles, customize difficulty level, find the hidden word in each puzzle, use intuitive touchscreen interface. Right now the price is $0. You can get this game for free from Amazon.
Love word games? Discover a new obsession with Wordoku, the addicting Sudoku/Crossword crossover game. You’ll get hooked in a minute, but play for hours and hours. This full version includes thousands of unique puzzles and words for unending puzzle fun.
Want a new twist on the classic Sudoku puzzle? Light up new regions of your brain by playing with letters instead of numbers. Whether you’re a Sudoku expert or novice, you’ll pick up Wordoku’s rules in a second.
Each unique Wordoku puzzle consists of nine letters that must appear only once in each 3×3 grid, once on each row, and once on each column of the puzzle. A hidden word is located on one of the nine horizontal lines. Find the hidden word and you’re done! Or keep going, complete the entire puzzle, and satisfy your inner Type-A.
Once you’ve got your Wordoku-legs, up the ante and adjust the difficulty level. Choose from three settings, and see if you’re up to the challenge.
Play on your ride to work, during a boring lecture, or anytime you need to kill time. The Wordoku app is up to the challenge, with over 3000 puzzles. Pick up the Wordoku app, and you’ll never be bored again.