Category Archives: Sherwood Anderson

Henry Miller and Sherwood Anderson

  Henry Miller was a fervent admirer of Sherwood Anderson. The two writers met two or three times, briefly — according to Miller, “in the last year of his [Anderson’s] life.” In a Paris Review interview, Miller said: Of all … Continue reading

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Sherwood Anderson, “Lift up thine eyes”

  Sherwood Anderson’s powerful “Life up thine eyes” is posted at https://forworkerspower.wordpress.com/2012/01/27/sherwood-anderson-life-up-thine-eyes/ The following is commentary by an anonymous writer on the site.   Reprint of a 1930 article by American author Sherwood Anderson published in Agitator, laying bare the … Continue reading

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