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'Many Marriages' is a 1923 Sherwood Anderson novel, largely plotless and considered by many to be the beginning of his decline as a writer. The novel did have its champions, however, F. Scott Fitzgerald among them.Fitzgerald (1923), 5 The book went through several printings and sold well for Anderson before it was caught up, along with D.H. Lawrence's 'Woman in Love', in a crusade against "dirty books", the aftermath of which marred sales considerably.Rideout (2006), 498-500
* Fitzgerald, F. Scott (4 March 1923). "Sherwood Anderson on the Marriage Question". 'New York Herald' section 9: 5.
* Rideout, Walter (2006). 'Sherwood Anderson: A Writer in America'. Vol. 1. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press. ISBN 9780299215309
Category:20th-century American novels
Category:Novels by Sherwood Anderson
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