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Sherwood Anderson

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Sherwood Anderson Biographies (6)

9,797 words, approx. 33 pages
Biography EssayAlthough Sherwood Anderson is not one of the major figures in twentieth-century American literature, he is for several reasons a writer of very considerable significance. At his best in... Read more
593 words, approx. 2 pages
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 la... Read more
5,204 words, approx. 18 pages
On the last day of February, 1941, at age 64, Sherwood Anderson set off on a new adventure: he and his fourth wife, Eleanor Copenhaver, sailed on the Santa Lucia on a goodwill mission to South America... Read more
1,253 words, approx. 5 pages
Sherwood Anderson visited Paris twice during his life; once in 1921 and once in 1926-1927. Each trip lasted only a few months and, of the two, the first was by far the more important. Indeed, the seco... Read more
8,691 words, approx. 29 pages
Although Sherwood Anderson is not one of the major figures in twentieth-century American literature, he is for several reasons a writer of very considerable significance. At his best in short fictio... Read more
14,746 words, approx. 50 pages
Sherwood Anderson, now regarded as one of the most important American writers in the short-story form, was born to Irwin McLain Anderson and Emma Smith in Camden, Ohio, on 13 September 1876 and raised... Read more