Tar a Midwest Childhood



From The Jacket Flap Tar Is Written In Third Person, As The Story Of Tar Moorhead, Who In Childhood Comes To An Awareness Of The Poverty, The Ugliness, The Suffering, And, Ultimately, Of The Latent Beauty Of Small Town Life In Late Nineteenth Century Ohio It Remains A Basic Document For Students Of Sherwood Anderson S Life One Of The Greatest Representative Lives In American Literature.In This Volume, Biographical And Bibliographical Annotations, With Cross References To A Storyteller S Story And Sherwood Anderson S Memoirs, Help Establish The Factual Framework For Tar Included Is A Discussion By William Alfred Sutton Who Has Devoted Special Study To Anderson S Youth Of The Recently Found Diaries Of The Writer S Parents Also Included Is An Earlier Unpublished Version Of The Death In The Forest, The Masterful Anderson Short Story That Appears In TarTar a Midwest Childhood

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  • Hardcover
  • 257 pages
  • Tar a Midwest Childhood
  • Sherwood Anderson
  • English
  • 09 October 2017
  • 9780829501599

10 thoughts on “Tar a Midwest Childhood

  1. says:

    Sometimes an author is famous for a particular book, and sometimes when you read something else by that author, you realize why Anderson s Winesburg, Ohio, is a triumphant example of what this tries and fails to be, i.e charmingly naive, pleasantly mysterious, hopeful Tar is the main char...

  2. says:

    This book was sitting on a shelf in my parents home throughout my childhood I finally got around to reading it and it was really worthwhile The sense of interiority that is developed and communicated in the book is unique..the dated features do nothing to detract from the...

  3. says:

    This one was a real chore to get through I almost did not finish it A lot of snippets of stories from his other memoir were repeated here.

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