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Sherwood Anderson, Sherwood Anderson's Memoirs, edited by Ray Lewis White, The University of North Carolina Press, 1942.

Sam Bluefarb, "George Willard' Death and Resurrection," in The Escape Motif in the American Novel Mark Twain to Richard Wright, Ohio State University Press, 1972, pp. 4258.

H. W. Boynton, "All Over The Lot," in The Bookman, Volume XLIX, No.6, August, 1919, pp. 728-34.

Carl Bredahl, "'The Young Thing Within' Divided Narrative and Sherwood Anderson's Winesburg, Ohio," in The Midwest Quarterly, Vol XXVII, No 4, summer, 1986, pp. 422-37

Malcolm Cowley, "An Introduction to Winesburg, Ohio," The Viking Press, 1960, pp. 1-15.

Waldo Frank, "Winesburg, Ohio After Twenty Years," in Story, Vol XIX, No 91, September-October, 1941, pp. 2933.

James M Mellard, "Narrative Forms in Winesburg, Ohio," in PMLS, Vol. 83, No 5, October, 1968, pp 1304-312 "A Gutter Would Be Spoon River," in New York Sun, June 1, 1919, p. 3.

Tony Tanner, "Sherwood Anderson's Little Things," in The Reign of Wonder' Naiveté and Reality in...

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