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Notebook. 1926. Tar: A Midwest Childhood. 1926; edited by Ray Lewis White, 1969. A New Testament. 1927. Hello Towns! 1929. Nearer the Grass Roots. 1929. The American County Fair. 1930. Perhaps Women. 1931. No Swank. 1934. Puzzled America. 1935. A Writer's Conception of Realism. 1939. Home Town. 1940. Memoirs. 1942; edited by Ray Lewis White, 1969. Return to Winesburg (essays), edited by Ray Lewis White. 1967. The Buck Fever Papers, edited by Welford Dunaway Taylor. 1971. France and Anderson: Paris Notebook 1921, edited by Michael Fanning.
The Collected Novels. 1964. Other Scepticisms: Notes on Contemporary Poetry. 1919. Ushant: An Essay (autobiography). 1952. A Reviewer's ABC: Collected Criticism from 1916 to the Present, edited by Rufus A. Blanshand. 1958; as Collected Criticism, 1968. Cats and Bats and Things with Wings (juvenile). 1965. Tom, Sue, and the Clock (juvenile). 1966. Editor. Modern American Poets. 1922; as Twentieth Century American Poetry, 1944; revised edition, 1963. Editor, Selected Poems of Emily Dickinson. 1924.
Born in Savannah, Georgia, 5 August 1889. B. 1912. Married I) Jessie McDonald in 1912 (divorced, 1929), one son, two daughters; 2) Oarice Lorenz, 1930 (divorced, 1937); 3) Mary Hoover, 1937. Contributing Editor, The Dial, New York, 1916-19; American Correspondent, Athenaeum, London, 1919-25, and London Mercury, 1921-22; London Correspondent, The New Yorker, 1933-36. Instructor, Harvard University, 1927-28. Fellow. C. Recipient: Pulitzer Prize, 1930; Shelley Memorial Prize, 1930; Guggenheim Fellowship, 1934; Bryher Award, 1952; National Book Award, 1954; Bollingen Prize, 1956; Academy of American Poets Fellowship, 1957; National Institute of Arts and Letters Gold Medal, 1958; Huntington Hartford Foundation Award, 1961; Brandeis University Creative Arts Award, 1966; National Medal for Literature, 1969.