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"Torrents of Spring" and Sherwood Anderson

From: Ted
Sent on: Wednesday, February 17, 2010 8:05 AM
Hi Hemingway fans,

in advance of the "Torrents of Spring" + "The Killers" meetup on Feb. 28, I've posted some information on Sherwood Anderson in the message board section of Hemingway Book Club page.

With "Torrents of Spring" Hemingway broke with Anderson, an author best known for his collection "Winesburg, Ohio." Anderson had been an influence and mentor on the young Hemingway.

The information I've posted should help put this work into context.

best regards,

Ted

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