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Winesburg, Ohio (major work)
Anderson
wrote about grotesques
Anderson
peple who seize one truth, an idea or ambition, and allow it to become an obsession
grotesques
grew up in Clyde, Ohio
Anderson
called "Jobby" bc of the variety of jobs he held
Anderson
Windy McPherson's Son
Anderson
influenced by Master's Spon River Anthology
Anderson
The Triumph of the Egg
Anderson
Horses and Men
Anderson
"Sophistication"
Anderson
born in Indian Creek, Texas
Porter
Flowering of Judas
Porter
Pale Horse, Pale Rider
Porter
Ship of Fools (her only novel)
Porter
"The Jilting of Granny Weatherall"
Porter
worked for The New Yorker
Thurber
My Life and Hard Times
Thurber
My World--and Welcome to It
Thurber
"The Secret Life of Walter Mitty"
Thurber
"The Catbird Seat"
Thurber
created and wrote about Yoknapatawpha County
Faulkner
born in New Albany, Mississippi
Faulkner
during WWI he went to Canada and joined the Royal Flying Corps (he was too small to meet the US enlistment requirements)
Faulkner
first novel, Soldier's Pay
Faulkner
The Sound and the Fury
-idiot narrator Benjy
Faulkner
As I Lay Dying
Faulkner
The Hamlet
Faulkner
Light in August
Faulkner
Absalom, Absalom!
Faulkner
Go Down, Moses (short story collection)
Faulker
awarded Nobel Prize for Literature in 1949
Faulkner
"A Rose for Emily"
Faulkner
Five Men and Pompey
Benet
John Brown's Body
Benet
The Devil and Daniel Webster
Benet
born in Oak Park, Illinois
Hemingway
served in Red Cross ambulance corps during WWI in Italy
Hemingway
was severely wounded and spent 3 months in a Milan hospital during WWI
Hemingway
called Papa
Hemingway
Death in the Afternoon
(about bullfighting)
Hemingway
In Our Time
(a short story collection)
Hemingway
The Sun Also Rises
Hemingway
A Farewell to Arms
Hemingway
For Whom the Bell Tolls
(about the Spanish Civil War)
Hemingway
The Old Man and the Sea
Hemingway
awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1954
Hemingway
committed suicide in Ketchum, Idaho
Hemingway
A Moveable Feast
Hemingway
The Green Hills of Africa
(about big game hunting)
Hemingway
awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1962
Steinbeck
born in Salinas, California
Steinbeck
attended Stanford and studied marine biology
Steinbeck
Tortilla Flat
Steinbeck
born in Salinas, California
Steinbeck
Of Mice and Men
Steinbeck
The Grapes of Wrath
Steinbeck
The Sea of Cortez
(with Edward Ricketts, he describes his marine biology expedition to the Galapagos Islands)
Steinbeck
The Pearl
Steinbeck
The Winter of Our Discontent
Steinbeck
East of Eden
Steinbeck
Travels with Charley
(an account of a trip across America with his poodle)
Steinbeck
"Flight"
Steinbeck
a poet laureate of Kentucky
Stuart
Harvest of Youth
Stuart
Man with a Bull-Tongued Plow
Stuart
The Thread That Runs So True
(an autobiographical account of his experience as a teacher in Kentucky and Ohio)
Stuart
"Another April"
Stuart
born in Jackson, Mississippi
Welty
took pictures and wrote about people from Mssissippi
Welty
A Curtain of Green
Welty
The Wide Net and Other Stories
Welty
The Golden Apples
Welty
A Curtain of Green
Welty
One Time, One Place: Mississippi in the Depression: A Snapshot Album
Welty
The Optimist's Daughter
Welty
"A Worn Path"
Welty
The Color Purple
Walker
born to sharecroppers in Eatonton, Georgia
Walker
educated at Spelman College and Sarah Lawrence College
Walker
did voter-registration work in Georgia and Head Star work in Mississippi
Walker
The Temple of My Familiar
Walker
"Everyday Use"
Walker