You may wish to defend a position about which kind of decay is most threatening, not only to the residents of Winesburg, but to humankind.Aside from the thesis statements above, these quotes alone can act as essay questions or study questions as they are all relevant to the text in an important way. Look at the bottom of the page to identify which edition of “Winesberg, Ohio” by Sherwood Anderson they are referring to.“[I]n the beginning when the world was young there were a great many thoughts but no such thing as a truth. Man made the truths himself and each truth was a composite of a great many vague thoughts." (6)“It was the truths that made the people grotesques." (6)“[T]he moment one of the people took one of the truths to himself, called it his truth, and tried to live his life by it, he became a grotesque and the truth he embraced became a falsehood." (6)“He was one of those rare, little-understood men who rule by a power so gentle that it passes as lovable weakness." (14)“Although he still hungered for the or the presence of the boy, who was the medium through which he expressed his love of man, the hunger became again a part of his loneliness and waiting." (16) “The truth clouded the world. It became terrible and then faded away, and the little thoughts began again." (20)“I want someone to love and I want someone to love me…." (82)“Let’s take decay. When George Willard was fourteen years old, his mother Elizabeth and Dr. She would visit him because of her illness but they would spend most of the time talking about their thoughts, dreams, and griefs.Then, explain what Anderson might have prescribed as the remedy for overcoming these obstacles. Express whether you believe that Anderson thought it was possible, given the limitations of the modern world, to realize one’s dreams. Thesis Statement / Essay Topic #3: Structure and Organization The structure and organization of is unique because it offers distinct stories that can stand alone, but which also read as a cohesive larger narrative.The characters from one story to another are not related by anything other than their existential despair, but this quality establishes the overall sense of community in Winesburg.Most, if not all, of the characters are “grotesques"—people who are blinded by false truths, who are lonely and alienated from one another, who are frustrated, and most of whom seem to have no possibility of overcoming the limitations of their conditions.Consider Anderson’s motivation for writing such a depressing tale.