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Winesburg, Ohio

Anderson, Sherwood (Book - 1995 )
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
Winesburg, Ohio
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"In this moving collection of interrelated stories, Ohio-born Sherwood Anderson illuminates the loneliness and frustration--spiritual, emotional and artistic--of life in a small American town ... Through the eyes of young George Willard, the inner lives of many of Winesburg's inhabitants open to us. Before George leaves the community, we have learned much about his mother Elizabeth, his friend Helen White, his teacher Kate Swift and other Winesburg residents--the lonely, sensitive Dr. Reefy, the tormented Rev. Curtis Hartman and the enigmatic Wing Biddlebaum among them"--P. [4] of cover.
Authors: Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941
Title: Winesburg, Ohio
Publisher: New York : Dover Publications, 1995.
Edition: Dover ed.
Characteristics: v., 153 p. ;,21 cm.
Notes: "This Dover edition, first published in 1995, contains the unabridged text of Winesburg, Ohio as originally published by B. W. Huebsch & Co., New York and London, in 1919"--T.p. verso.
Summary: "In this moving collection of interrelated stories, Ohio-born Sherwood Anderson illuminates the loneliness and frustration--spiritual, emotional and artistic--of life in a small American town ... Through the eyes of young George Willard, the inner lives of many of Winesburg's inhabitants open to us. Before George leaves the community, we have learned much about his mother Elizabeth, his friend Helen White, his teacher Kate Swift and other Winesburg residents--the lonely, sensitive Dr. Reefy, the tormented Rev. Curtis Hartman and the enigmatic Wing Biddlebaum among them"--P. [4] of cover.
ISBN: 9780486282695
0486282694
Statement of Responsibility: Sherwood Anderson
Subject Headings: Ohio Social life and customs Fiction. City and town life Ohio Fiction.
Topical Term: City and town life
LCCN: 94025206
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Sep 03, 2013
  • sharonb122 rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

At first I did not understand why this was such a classic, but I did understand many of the things after I read the commentary. Finally, I simply saw much humor in the stories. Which person was crazier! In the chapter, "Queer," when Elmer finished talking to Mook, Mook went to tell someone that Elmer was crazy, but he was telling his cows. Glad I read this.

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