[eg-uh l-stuh n]
- Edward,1837–1902, U.S. author, editor, and clergyman.
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Eggleston insists, however, that being a documentarian was never his intention.
As a child, Eggleston was always interested in the arts, particularly painting and music.
Of course Eggleston would become one of the most influential photographers of the era.The Kings of Kodachrome
February 18, 2010
He really wondered what the game of Monkey Eggleston could be.The Banner Boy Scouts on a Tour
George A. Warren
Eggleston flung himself, rather than stepped, through the door.Winsome Winnie and other New Nonsense Novels
"It—it's my way of getting material for my work," says Eggleston.Shorty McCabe on the Job
Johnston was to the Southern movement what Eggleston was to the Western.A History of American Literature Since 1870
Fred Lewis Pattee
“We still have a few questions to ask,” Captain Eggleston replied.Dan Carter and the Money Box
Mildred A. Wirt