An Analysis of Representative Works by Eudora Welty
English, literature, Eudora Welty, literary criticism, short stories, fiction
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In an article published in the February and March issues of the Atlantic, 1949, Eudora Welty defines the limits of an analyst as a one-way process working backwards.
"The fact that a story can be reduced to elements doesn't necessarily mean it started with them--certainly not consciously....In truth, you can't come by way of analysis back to the starting point of inspiration."
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Morris, R. (1960). An Analysis of Representative Works by Eudora Welty (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/972