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These are deep stories and they will get you thinking about them for a long time after you are finished reading.
A few of the stories seemed a little pointless, and themes repeated themselves a few too many times throughout the collection.
It is ridiculous to write a review of a Sherwood Anderson book as he is one of the greats of American literature.
This is a defining American classic. This is a series of related stories exploring the sad and sometimes desperate lives of the people who live in Winesburg, Ohio. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Gregory S. Martinez
I am a little ambivalent about this book. I loved the first story, and I liked some of the other ones, but to be totally honest, it was a little bit boring. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Max H
School book, arrived in perfect shape, arrived quickly- actually early. price- great!Published 14 days ago by NPC
classic collection with great depth. Have meant to read it again and was not disappointedPublished 1 month ago by J. Hazard
The stories are character driven, but the town of Winesburg is also a character. Some readers may miss this fact about certain books, think of Peyton Place.. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jerriann Law
The most depressing book ever in my hands……..could not finish it. It was my book club suggestions and we all voted thumbs down!!!Published 1 month ago by zimbo