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Sherwood Anderson • 100 Items / 29 Books, 56 Articles, 5 Reviews, 1 Poem
Tar: A Midwest Childhood (1926)
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Published Reviews
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    Communications (Review)
    Tar: A Midwest Childhood, by Sherwood Anderson
    1. Tar: A Midwest Childhood by Sherwood Anderson
    Commonweal, February 9, 1927, p. 386
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    Father of the Man (Review)
    Tar: A Midwest Childhood, by Sherwood Anderson
    1. Tar: A Midwest Childhood by Sherwood Anderson
    The Forum, April 1927, p. 636
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    Endless Adolescence (Review)
    Tar: A Midwest Childhood, by Sherwood Anderson
    1. Tar: A Midwest Childhood by Sherwood Anderson
    The Nation, February 2, 1927, p. 121
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    Literary Confidences (2 Reviews)
    Tar: A Midwest Childhood, by Sherwood Anderson
    1. Tar: A Midwest Childhood by Sherwood Anderson
    2. More Miles by Harry Kemp
    The American Mercury, March 1927, pp. 382-383
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    The Anderson Papers (2 Reviews)
    Sherwood Anderson's Memoirs, by Ray Lewis White and Sherwood Anderson
    1. Sherwood Anderson's Memoirs by Ray Lewis White and Sherwood Anderson
    2. Tar: A Midwest Childhood by Sherwood Anderson
    The American Scholar, Winter 1970, pp. 152-159
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    Reminiscences (2 Reviews)
    All Summer in a Day, by Sacheverell Sitwell
    1. All Summer in a Day by Sacheverell Sitwell
    2. Tar: A Midwest Childhood by Sherwood Anderson
    The Saturday Review, February 19, 1927, p. 593
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    Current Books (3 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. Preface to a Life by Zona Gale
    2. Tomorrow Morning by Anne Parrish
    3. Tar: A Midwest Childhood by Sherwood Anderson
    The Outlook, January 12, 1927, p. 59
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    Notes of a Rapid Reader (9 Reviews)
    The Sun Also Rises, by Ernest Hemingway
    1. The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
    2. The Plutocrat by Booth Tarkington
    3. The Book of Marriage by Hermann Keyserling
    4. Murder for Profit by William Bolitho
    5. A Man Could Stand Up by Ford Madox Ford
    6. Darwin by Gamaliel Bradford
    7. The Ordeal of Civilization by James Harvey Robinson
    8. The Making of the Modern Mind by John Herman Randall, Jr.
    9. Tar: A Midwest Childhood by Sherwood Anderson
    The Saturday Review, December 18, 1926, p. 445