NOTE: THIS IS a DOWNLOADABLE E-BOOK. Hugh arose and stood in the moonlight in the cabbage field, his arms still going stiffly up and down. the great length of his figure and his arms was accentuated by the wavering uncertain light. the laborers, aware of some strange presence, sprang to their feet and stood listening and looking. Hugh advanced toward them, still muttering words and waving his arms. Terror took hold of the workers. One of the woman plant droppers screamed and ran away across the field, and the others ran crying at her heels. "Don't do it. Go away," the older of the French boys shouted, and then he with his brothers also ran.
Anderson's story of inventor Hugh McVey, which he originally published in 1920, the year after Winesburg, Ohio , is considered by many to be his finest novel. (May)
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B&R Samizdat Express
September 30, 2006
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