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All of the men and women the writer had ever known had become grotesques.
Sherwood
Anderson
Winesburg, Ohio
A Group of Tales of Ohio Small Town Life
 
Sherwood Anderson
 
This collection of short stories allows us to enter the alternately complex, lonely, joyful and strange lives of the inhabitants of the small town of Winesburg, Ohio. While each character finds definition through their role in the community, we are witness to the individual struggles each faces in trying to reconcile their secret life within.
 
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CONTENTS
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NEW YORK: B. W. HUEBSCH, 1919
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 1999


THE TALES AND THE PERSONS

The Book of the Grotesque

HANDS—concerning Wing Biddlebaum
PAPER PILLS—concerning Doctor Reefy
MOTHER—concerning Elizabeth Willard
THE PHILOSOPHER—concerning Doctor Parcival
NOBODY KNOWS—concerning Louise Trunnion
GODLINESS, a Tale in Four Parts
    I—concerning Jesse Bentley
    II—also concerning Jesse Bentley
    III Surrender—concerning Louise Bentley
    IV Terror—concerning David Hardy
A MAN OF IDEAS—concerning Joe Welling
ADVENTURE—concerning Alice Hindman
RESPECTABILITY—concerning Wash Williams
THE THINKER—concerning Seth Richmond
TANDY—concerning Tandy Hard
THE STRENGTH OF GOD—concerning the Reverend Curtis Hartman
THE TEACHER—concerning Kate Swift
LONELINESS—concerning Enoch Robinson
AN AWAKENING—concerning Belle Carpenter
QUEER—concerning Elmer Cowley
THE UNTOLD LIE—concerning Ray Pearson
DRINK—concerning Tom Foster
DEATH—concerning Doctor Reefy and Elizabeth Willard
SOPHISTICATION—concerning Helen White
DEPARTURE—concerning George Willard



 
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