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.
Eggleston read it and handed it to his son, who so far had not opened his mouth.
He really wondered what the game of Monkey Eggleston could be.
What Hay was to the new school of local color poets, Eggleston was to the new school of novelists.
“We still have a few questions to ask,” Captain Eggleston replied.
When Eggleston, later in his life, abandoned fiction to become a historian, there was no break in his work.
I heard it, madam, from Mr Eggleston himself, who has long known it.
Johnston was to the Southern movement what Eggleston was to the Western.