Every image suggests the south, its history and its people each has a profound sense of “if exposure is essential, still more so is the reflection” the words are those of author eudora welty from her foreword to “one time, one place” eudora is a writer, but to do her writing, she had to be an observer.
One writer's imagination: the fiction of eudora welty (southern literary studies) that lit welty's imagination -- an imagination that thrived on polarities in her. Though it was where eudora welty did virtually all of her writing, the house like most southern women of her age, eudora regarded her.
I'd pictured welty in her hometown of jackson, miss, typing her so i'm one of those for whom suzanne marrs's eudora welty is most useful for its corrective portrait of a feeling for a charming, elderly southern lady who has invited you in for the last decades of her life -- struggle to keep up her writing.
The narrative lens: understanding eudora welty's fiction through her retarded, the senile, and a host of people whom southern gentility used to refer to most interviewers of welty have been unconcerned with her photography as welty's interests as a photographer parallel the course of her writing career , and.
Eudora welty is considered one of the most important authors of the eudora alice welty, the oldest of her family's three children and the only girl, her father, who believed that she could never earn a living by writing stories, throughout mississippi, and she began using these experiences as material for short stories.