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Sherwood Anderson


Anderson, Sherwood (1876–1941), U.S. writer whose novels and short stories deal largely with the rebellion of individuals against contemporary industrial society. He is best remembered for the novel Winesburg, Ohio (1919), which details the frustrations of small-town Midwestern life, and such story collections as The Triumph of the Egg (1921) and Horses and Men (1923). Other novels include Poor White (1920) and Dark Laughter (1925).

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