The achievement of Sherwood Anderson : essays in criticism

Format: Print Book 1966
Availability: Available at 3 Libraries 3 of 3 copies
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Non-fiction PS3501.N4 Z95
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Carnegie Library of McKeesport Nonfiction 818.09 W585
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Contents
Emerging greatness / Waldo Frank
To American workingmen / Francis Hackett
The populist temper / Rex Burbank
From the Chicago Renaissance in American letters / Bernard Duffey
How Sherwood Anderson wrote Winesburg, Ohio / William L. Phillips
A country town / M.A.
The book of the grotesque / Irving Howe
Winesburg, Ohio: art and isolation / Edwin Fussell
Winesburg, Ohio, after twenty years / Waldo Frank
Vagabonds / Joseph Wood Krutch
Why Sherwood Anderson employed Buck Fever / Walter B. Rideout
The glitter of communism / James Schevill
Sherwood Anderson : impressionism and the buried life / Charles Child Walcutt
From Freudianism and the literary mind / Frederick J. Hoffman
Sherwood Anderson: an appreciation / William Faulkner
Sherwood Anderson's two prize pupils / William L. Phillips
Sherwood Anderson / Lionel Trilling
Anderson's lost days of innocence / Malcolm Cowley
The voices of Sherwood Anderson / Frederick J. Hoffman
Sherwood Anderson after 20 years / David D. Anderson.

Additional Information
Subjects Anderson, Sherwood, -- 1876-1941 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Middle West -- In literature.
Publisher Chapel Hill :University of North Carolina Press,1966
Contributors White, Ray Lewis.
Language English
Description 270 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical referneces (pages [261]-263) and index.
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