|Adventure. ALICE HINDMAN, a woman of twenty-seven when George Willard |
was a mere boy, had lived in Winesburg all her life. She clerked in Winney's Dry
Goods Store and lived with her mother, who had married a second husband.
|This particular edition contains over 20 pages of notes and exercises that treat the major themes in Winesburg, Ohio. It also offers over twenty creative writing exercises based on an examination of Sherwood Anderson's particular style.|