Sherwood Anderson (1876-1941) had a simple and direct writing style that influenced both Ernest Hemingway and William Faulkner. His most notable works include Winesburg, Ohio, Triumph of the Egg, Horses and Men, and A Story Teller's Story.
Sherwood Anderson's most enduring work, Winesburg, Ohio, is considered one of earliest works of modernist literature. The sequence of short stories centers on the life of George Willard and those who live in the rural, pre-industrial town. 'Adventure,' a ...[SEE MORE]