Eudora Welty

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Noun1.Eudora Welty - United States writer about rural southern life (1909-2001)
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The masters are: Eudora Welty, Emily Perkins, William Trevor, E Annie Proulx, Ray Bradbury and Raymond Carver.
Yet the sense of place in Jazz, as Eudora Welty defines it in her essay "The Eye of the Story," [1] is a fledgling, tentative one which only timidly heralds Paradise's discrimination-safe haven.
Most notably, Eudora Welty (possibly the most admired living American author) celebrated Ross Macdonald's ``The Underground Man'' on the front page of The New York Times Book Review and helped make that 1971 work a runaway best seller (rare for a mystery novel then).
As you have seen," wrote Eudora Welty in the final paragraph of her memoir, One Writer's Beginnings 0984), "I am a writer who came of a sheltered life.
Past recipients have included Philip Roth, Eudora Welty, Jasper Johns, and I.
Mississippi University for Women will host its annual Welty Series October 23-25, including the Eudora Welty Writers Symposium and the Welty Gala.
IN AN OFT-CITED PASSAGE FROM HER BRIEF AUTOBIOGRAPHY, ONE WRITER'S Beginnings (1984), Eudora Welty reminisces about watching movies during her youth: "All children in those small-town, unhurried days had a vast inner life going on in the movies.
Well-known black and white writers including James Baldwin, John Updike, Alice Walker, and Eudora Welty are represented, as well as a new generation of writers.
Prophets of Recognition: Ideology and the Individual in Novels by Ralph Ellison, Toni Morrison, Saul Bellow, and Eudora Welty.
The availability of these inspirational works, in all their self-reliant brilliance, should be welcomed, but that the objects have been kidnapped from their original context and function starves the viewer of what Eudora Welty called "a sense of place.
For its summer 1992 season, the group presents "The Robber Bridegroom," a musical based upon the novel by Eudora Welty and "Strider," a play adapted from a story by Leo Tolstoy.
Her clear-water vocal delivery, eloquent gift for storytelling (which has drawn repeated comparisons to such bastions of the Southern writing tradition as Flannery O'Connor, Eudora Welty and William Faulkner) and easy command of a full-range of American music styles, have combined to earn Campbell recognition as a formidable talent by critics, musicians and a discerning public.