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Sophistication, Sherwood Anderson, 1919

(Sherwood Anderson was an American author who lived from 1876-1941. His writing was said to have inspired authors such as F. Scott Fitzgerald and William Faulkner. Anderson’s masterpiece, Winesburg, Ohio, is a collection of loosely connected short stories. “Sophistication” appears towards the end of the book.)

Anderson, Sherwood. "Sophistication, Concerning Helen White." Winesburg, Ohio. New York, NY: B.W. Huebsch, 1919. N. pag. Etc.usf.edu. Lit2Go. Web. 19 Apr. 2016.

The most significant shift in ideas occurs between lines

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15-16.

B

19-20.

C

24-25.

D

35-36.

E

52-53.