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Winesburg, Ohio (Paperback)

Author:  Sherwood Anderson Introduction:  Malcolm Cowley
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0140186557
ISBN-13: 9780140186550
Sku: 30015599
Publish Date: 9/1/1992
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 5.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  256
Age Range:  22 to UP
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A collection of short stories dealing with a small town in Ohio.
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A collection of short stories dealing with a small town in Ohio.
The hopes, fears, and regrets of the residents of a small Ohio town in the 1890s are the stuff of this cycle of short stories. Each chapter tells the story of a different citizen of Winesburg. A thread running through the stories is George Willard, a young reporter for the town newspaper, whose wanderings take him all over the town and its surrounding area, and eventually take him away from Winesburg, in order to pursue his dreams and to avoid the life of frustrated ambition that so many of his neighbors have led.
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Sherwood Anderson
Sherwood Anderson spent his early years moving between various small Ohio towns before he went to Chicago to work in advertising. He was married for the first time in 1904; in 1912, he was president of the Anderson Manufacturing Co. (Home of "Roof-Fix Cure for Roof Troubles") in Elyria, Ohio, but in November of that year he abandoned his family and his job, returned to Chicago, and began to write. He met such writers as Carl Sandburg, Edgar Lee Masters, and other members of the Chicago Renaissance, who assisted him in publishing his first novel, WINDY MCPHERSON'S SON, in 1916. But it was not until 1919 that he gained fame, with his undisputed masterpiece, WINESBURG, OHIO. He went on to write several novels, a volume of poetry, journalistic pieces, and some nonfiction, but his richest material remained his tales of the American Midwest, which looked at the lives of individuals with an unsparing yet celebratory eye. In the 1920s, Anderson moved to a small town in Virginia, where he purchased two local newspapers and became an editor. Anderson was married four times and had three children. After swallowing a toothpick at a cocktail party, he died of peritonitis during a goodwill trip to Panama on behalf of the U.S. State Department. He directed that the epitaph on his gravestone should read: "Life, Not Death, Is the Great Adventure."


"That single moment of aliveness--that epiphany, as Joyce would have called it...was the story Anderson told over and over, but without exhausting its freshness, for the story had as many variations as there were faces in his dreams." - Malcolm Cowley

"There are moments in American life to which Anderson gave not only the first but the final expression." - Malcom Cowley

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeMinimum Age:   18
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0256
Product attributePublisher:   Penguin Books
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