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SHERWD AND HEMOIRS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Anyone familiar Anderson's writings, -- novels, short stories and partial biographies, will find a recurrent acuse of familiar territory in this final autobiography if such it an be termed. For here in the source material out of which grew, here in his own life pattern and its imaginative ramifications, seeds which developed into his creative work. Here is a wide span of a better known through its fiction than its fact, of a way of thought and life that is American to the core. There is some of his best writing before much that is and earthy and primitive, with a strange sort of Power, Anyone who knows Sherwood Anderson's work, will know what is implicit in an write his last treatment.

Pub Date: April 9th, 1942
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace