in all good faith have advised me, as Sherwood Anderson
did, to keep close to the conditions which produced Cane, I have denied them.
You can see that they were influenced by Thomas Wolfe, Lardner, Sherwood Anderson
, Hemingway, and that they too have found it a way out for them to say something that previously there seemed to be no other way of saying.
As with the pieces on Sherwood Anderson
and Ernest Hemingway that end the book, pieces that seem well informed, respectful, and honest, Carver's best work itself inspires and repays attention, without need of hype or sentimentality.
See Small and Reynolds for a persuasive reading of "The Killers" (March 1927) as Hemingway's version of the literary battle between himself and Anderson: "The character `Ole Andreson' undoubtedly is a version of Sherwood Anderson
, the `old' literary champion Hemingway had in real life attacked" (4).
His Memoirs (1942) and Letters (1953) were published posthumously, as was the more definitive The Memoirs of Sherwood Anderson
Drew Jackson's "Keeping Contemporary Literature Alive by Celebrating Sherwood Anderson
" for Collegiate Times (25 October 2006) provides news about the Sherwood Anderson
Festival in Marion, Virginia, which ran from 9 September through 16 November.
A Hemingway, como lo comprobaron su mentor, Sherwood Anderson
y Scott Fitzgerald y Gertrude Stein, lo peor que se le podia hacer era obligarlo a que debiera un favor.
Starting with Mencken in Memphis, he went on to read Sinclair Lewis, Edgar Lee Masters, Sherwood Anderson
, Joseph Conrad, and Charles Dickens; moving to Chicago, he added, among others, Jack London, James Joyce, Theodore Dreiser, Gertrude Stein, Stephen Crane, Maxim Gorky, Marcel Proust, T.
1941 Fallece, en Colon, Panama, el novelista Sherwood Anderson
autor de Winesburg, Ohio, a la edad de 64 anos.
In 1927, reporter Frederick Oeschner (later to appear in Sherwood Anderson
and Other Famous Creoles, the collection of Spratling's caricatures for which William Faulkner provided the text(1)) wrote that Spratling was "one of the oldest inhabitants of the Vieux Carre in point of duration of residence," since his 624 Orleans Alley apartment "was a settled nook before some of the places now considered established had crept from the dust of their long sleep" (HNOC).
In the United States of America, writers as diverse as Herman Melville and Sherwood Anderson
understood the perils of such fundamentalism and demagoguery, and Ralph Waldo Emerson urged with forbearance and insight that a society be judged not by its majority but by its minority and by those it pushes to its margins.
Irving Howe in The Achievement of Sherwood Anderson