Winesburg, Ohio: A Group of Tales of Ohio Small Town Life
Considered to be one of Sherwood Anderson's greatest works, "Winesburg, Ohio" is the portrayal of a fictitious American town and its inhabitants. "Winesburg, Ohio" is a collection of connected short stories depicting a variety of themes of rural American life. Heralded for its beautiful realism, "Winesburg, Ohio", is a classic collection of American stories whose influence upon American literature is considered to be nothing short of profound.
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Review: Winesburg, OhioUser Review - Glenn Sumi - Goodreads
Winesburg? More like Whines-burg... I know this book of linked short stories about the lonely inhabitants of a small American town in the first decades of the 20th century has been influential, and is ... Read full review
Review: Winesburg, OhioUser Review - Shannon Geisen - Goodreads
My favorite quote: "One shudders at the thought of the meaninglessness of life while at the same instant, and if the people of the town are his people, one loves lives so intensely that tears come into the eyes." Read full review