Sherwood Anderson | Critical Essay by Mary-Elisabeth Fowkes Tobin

This literature criticism consists of approximately 33 pages of analysis & critique of Sherwood Anderson.
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Critical Essay by Douglas Wixson

SOURCE: Wixson, Douglas. “Sherwood Anderson and the Midwestern Literary Radicalism in the 1930s.” Midwestern Miscellany 23 (1995): 28-39.

In the following essay, Wixson explores Anderson's place in the literary political landscape of the 1930s in the United States.

“We are in the new age. Welcome, men, women and children into           the new age. Will you accept it? Will you go into the factories to work? Will you quit having contempt for those who work in the           factories?” 

—Sherwood Anderson, “Machine Song: Automobile”1

In the course of exploring a group...

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