Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. Ralph M. Wardle
The purpose of the study is to present as Sherwood Anderson's main theme, man's inability to communicate with his fellows and the resultant loneliness of a lifetime. The intense need for understanding meets with inarticulate voices, walls, isolation, and darkness. No communication is possible, and not only must man be born alone and die alone, he must also live alone.
Hill, Jean M., "Sherwood Anderson: Man lives alone" (1964). Student Work. 3246.
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