A twentieth-century American writer known for her short stories and novels that depict the people and life of the rural South. Her works include such collections as The Golden Apples and the novels Ponder the Heart and the Pulitzer Prize–winning The Optimist's Daughter.
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Welty was such a character, and the two of them are hyper-literate.
He told Flagg he had an extra ticket to see Eudora Welty at the 92nd Street Y the following week and invited her to use it.Harper Lee Makes a Surprise Appearance at an Alabama Literary Luncheon|Mary McDonagh Murphy|May 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
None of these characters would be caught dead in a novel by John Steinbeck, Carson McCullers, or Eudora Welty.American Dreams: ‘Tobacco Road’ by Erskine Caldwell|Nathaniel Rich|April 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Writers ranging from Ray Bradbury to Eudora Welty to Amos Oz have credited this classic text as an influence.
Nadine Gordimer once called Phillips “the best short-story writer since Eudora Welty.”
Eudora was racing now through the briers, and weeds, and palmetto stumps, and dragging Mandy Ann with her.
Instantly Eudora, who had seemed so listless, woke up with all the hospitality of her Southern nature roused to action.
For anything of his own which he had spent on the clearing he was to be repaid, and all the money Eudora had put by was to be his.
Madame Roland frequently retired to the library, to write letters to her friends, or to superintend the lessons of Eudora.Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott
On these occasions he was sterner than usual with Eudora, who chafed under the firm rein held upon her, and longed to be free.