The Sherwood Anderson Diaries: 1936-1941. Edited by Hilbert H. Campbell.
by Anderson, Sherwood.
University of Georgia Press,
A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright dust jacket. This volume is the first publication of Anderson's diaries that he kept during the last years of his life. Anderson was the consumate writer i.e. one who always wrote regardless of the format whether it be formal fictions, essays, letters or in this case daily diary entries. In these entries, Anderson speaks of the tenor of small town life, his relationship with fellow writers, his travels, his Virginia farm and in general interest in the casual details of daily life.398 pages
Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
Book Id: 21092