Sherwood Anderson

He Splays the Emotions

Sherwood Anderson is an enigmatic figure in American letters ; for there are critics of equal note who find in him little more than vague, abstruse, some what vulgar meanderings. There are those who consider him possessed of great beauty of style, others who see in his sentences grotesque and jumbled collections of words, those who find a sort of visionary health in his philosophy, others who pronounce his ideas those of a decided psychopath. Cham pioned by H. L. Mencken, by The...

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