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First page Previous page Page: It was past nine o'clock when he left his own house and he set out so hurriedly that he forgot to put on his overshoes. In Main Street no one was abroad but Hop Higgins the night watchman and in the whole town no one was awake but the watchman and young George Willard, who sat in the office of the Winesburg Eagle trying to write a story.
Along the street to the church went the minister, plowing through the drifts and thinking that this time he would utterly give way to sin. He began to think that he would get out of the ministry and try some other way of life.
At least I shall not be a hypocrite, preaching the word of God with my mind thinking of the shoulders and neck of a woman who does not belong to me.
His feet were wet from tramping in the snow and there was no fire.
In the room in the house next door Kate Swift had not yet appeared. With grim determination the man sat down to wait. Sitting in the chair and gripping the edge of the desk on which lay the Bible he stared into the darkness thinking the blackest thoughts of his life.
He thought of his wife and for the moment almost hated her.
He has no right to forget that he is an animal and in me there is something that is Greek. I will throw off the woman of my bosom and seek other women. I will besiege this school teacher. I will fly in the face of all men and if I am a creature of carnal lusts I will live then for my lusts.
Hours passed and a fever assailed his body. His throat began to hurt and his teeth chattered. His feet on the study floor felt like two cakes of ice. Still he would not give up. Curtis Hartman came near dying from the effects of that night of waiting in the church, and also he found in the thing that happened what he took to be the way of life for him.
On other evenings when he had waited he had not been able to see, through the little hole in the glass, any part of the school teacher's room except that occupied by her bed. In the darkness he had waited until the woman suddenly appeared sitting in the bed in her white nightrobe.
When the light was turned up she propped herself up among the pillows and read a book. Sometimes she smoked one of the cigarettes.“Give me strength and courage for Thy work, O Lord!” he pleaded, kneeling on the bare floor and bowing his head in the presence of the task that lay before him.
. The Strength of God- has temptations, glorifies himself, takes the wrong choice, where was Sherwood Anderson born?
September 13, When was Sherwood Anderson born? Clyde, Ohio. Where was Winesburg, Ohio based on? He wants to spend time with his father. What does Charlie want in the “Reunion”? He wants to impress Charlie with his. Winesburg, Ohio, by Sherwood Anderson, is part short-story cycle and part novel.
In it, the reader meets several inhabitants of Winesburg, all of whom in some way relate to the protagonist of the.
Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson The Teacher, concerning Kate Swift. Additional Information the Presbyterian Church the Reverend Curtis Hartman was sitting in the darkness preparing himself for a revelation from God, and Kate Swift, the school teacher, was leaving her house for a walk in the storm. In the warm little office the air. Write an essay providing a vivid explication of the nature of the grotesque that Anderson develops in his short story cycle, Winesburg, Ohio. In your response, discuss Anderson’s use of story elements—setting, plot structure, and character development. The Strength of God- has temptations, glorifies himself, takes the wrong choice, where was Sherwood Anderson born? September 13, When was Sherwood Anderson born? Clyde, Ohio. Where was Winesburg, Ohio based on? He wants to spend time with his father. What does Charlie want in the “Reunion”? He wants to impress Charlie with his.
Sherwood Anderson was born in Camden, Ohio on September 13, He wrote many short stories and novels and was best known for his classic collection of tales "Winesburg, Ohio" which was .
Symbolism in Sherwood Anderson’s Winesburg, Ohio Dr. Adli Odeh Assistant Prof. of English Literature , Sherwood Anderson won the Dial award as the most promising writer of the year. In Winesburg, Ohio, Anderson tried to depict American life as it is not as he wants.
He tried to look god of materialism, a god that depends for its. Analysis of Sherwood Anderson's "The Strength of God". Essay by KDDOB, High School, 12th grade, A+, November download word file, 1 pages download word file, 1 pages 3 votes3/5(3).