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© 2019 by Will Schuck and The Sherwood Anderson Literary Center

Sherwood Anderson is the author of 26 works, including Winesburg, Ohio and seven novels that include Poor WhiteMany Marriages, and Dark Laughter. In 1926, H.L. Mencken called him "America's most distinctive novelist." Anderson was also a poet, playwright, newspaper editor, and a political journalist.

 

As a writer, Anderson is obscured by the generation of writers that followed him, by Hemingway and Faulkner especially, both of whom he helped to get started.

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James Schuck, 1939-1997
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