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Review: Winesburg, Ohio

User Review  - Marie Carr - Goodreads

So sad to have finished this book, I wish it were never-ending. Read full review

Review: Winesburg, Ohio

User Review  - Jacob O'rourke - Goodreads

Definitely a great character portrayal of the many people who make up this small town. It does a great job of keeping you engaged with the stories of all of these townsfolk. Read full review

Review: Winesburg, Ohio

User Review  - Niraj - Goodreads

Should take its place as one of the C20th's truly great collection of short stories. Great, sensitive portrayals of everyday residents of this fictional town, the 'grotesques' described in the dream ... Read full review

Review: Winesburg, Ohio

User Review  - Ariana - Goodreads

The short stories Hands and Loneliness makes this book brilliant. Read full review

Review: Winesburg, Ohio

User Review  - Steve - Goodreads

A book for sipping, not gulping. If you're willing to take your time and savor each sip, you will be rewarded. I tried to read this book much earlier in my life and couldn't get more than a third of ... Read full review

Review: Winesburg, Ohio

User Review  - Tom Wright - Goodreads

Nice character descriptions Sometimes uncomfortable, but relatable and familiar Nice slow, quiet tone Read full review

Review: Winesburg, Ohio

User Review  - Timmy - Goodreads

This book conveys more about life in 200 pages than most can muster in 500. I loved it. I also drew a lot of parallels between this and the Thomas Wolfe that I have read. Read full review

Review: Winesburg, Ohio

User Review  - Elvar - Goodreads

Soooo cozy, I loved how I felt after the last chapter :) Read full review

Review: Winesburg, Ohio

User Review  - Michael Fredette - Goodreads

Interconnected stories about life in Winesburg, Ohio. A starkly naturalistic and unromantic portrait of small town, Middle Western American life from the early twentieth century. Read full review

Review: Winesburg, Ohio

User Review  - Brighton Hill - Goodreads

This book of the grotesque appealed to me. Oh, the poor, decrepit people; my heart bled for them. Don't we all feel lost like that so often? But most of all I relished in the small town, pastoral life. That was where the beauty lay. Read full review


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2 stars - 42
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