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Winesburg, Ohio (full title: Winesburg, Ohio: A Group of Tales of Ohio Small-Town Life) is a 1919 short story cycle by the American author Sherwood Anderson.
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William A. Sutton taught English at Ball State University. His books include Carl Sandburg Remembered; The Road to Winesburg: A Mosaic of the Imaginative Life of Sherwood Anderson; and Letters to Bab: Sherwood Anderson to Marietta D. Finley,. Библиографические данные. Newdick's Season of Frost: An Interrupted Biography of Robert Frost. William A. Sutton, Robert S. Newdick.
The epitaph he wrote for himself proclaims, "Life, not death, is the great adventure.
Все результаты Поиска книг Google Об авторе (1993). Sherwood Anderson was born on September 13, 1876, in Camden, Ohio, and grew up in nearby Clyde. In 1898 he joined the . Army and served in the Spanish-American War. In 1900 he enrolled in the Wittenberg Academy. The epitaph he wrote for himself proclaims, "Life, not death, is the great adventure. Windy McPherson's Son Prairie State Books (Том 32).
Sherwood Anderson was an American writer who was mainly known for his short stories, most notably the collection Winesburg, Ohio. The stories explore the lives of inhabitants of Winesburg, a fictional version of Clyde, Ohio, the small farm town where Anderson lived for about 12 years of his early life. These tales made a significant break with the traditional American short story.
Sherwood Anderson The works of the American writer Sherwood . Sutton, William A. The Road to Winesburg: A Mosaic of the Imaginative Life of Sherwood Anderson.
Sherwood Anderson The works of the American writer Sherwood Anderson (1876-1941) are graced by a psychological complexity absent from earlier American fiction. His stories stress character and mood, and his style is laconic and colloquial. Sherwood Anderson was born on Sept. The result, according to Irving Howe, was "one of the few books that convey a sense of what it meant to live in depression America. In the years that followed, he wrote Kit Brandon (1936), a novel about a female bootlegger, and several plays.
Sherwood Anderson, author who strongly influenced American writing between World Wars I and II, particularly the technique of. .
Sherwood Anderson, author who strongly influenced American writing between World Wars I and II, particularly the technique of the short story. His writing had an impact on such notable writers as Ernest Hemingway and William Faulkner, both of whom owe the first publication of their books to his.