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1. Welty not only focuses on the faults of the Old South, but is also concerned with how modern Southerners try to break away from the past shadow, and face the changed New South.
2. In her short story "June Recital", Welty abandons the traditional omniscient narration, and tells the story of two women from two children's points of view.
3. In her short stories and novels, Eudora Welty vividly captures life in the deep South, creating powerful images of the landscape and conveying the shared attitudes and values of the people.
4. Eudora Welty is one of the leading writers of South American Literature.
5. How does Welty find a way out for the rural South?
6. Eudora Welty was one of the significant and noticeable American writers. She was famous for her unique theme and writing style, which gained her worldwide fame.
7. Eudora Welty is one of the leading writers in American Southern Literature.
8. Among the Southern American outstanding writers, Eudora Welty ( 1909 - ) is celebrated as one of everlasting prestige.
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9. How does Welty employ a form of dialogue to analyze the external and internal causes of the Vaughns' failures?
10. In 1970, Welty brought out an impressive novel, Losing Battles, with which she became a novelist in addition to being an established writer of short stories.
11. Besides her own literary attainments, Welty has profited from the Southern customs of storytelling.
12. Vann Woodward's The Burden of Southern History, in which he noted southerners' peculiar historical consciousness, what Eudora Welty called the sense of place.
13. The Optimist's Daughter by the American woman writer Eudora Welty analyzes different stages of western feminist criticism with rational introspection.
14. Long before I wrote stories, I listened for stories. ------Eudora Welty, Moon on a Silver Spoon.
15. On New Year's Day, I finished C. Vann Woodward's The Burden of Southern History, in which he noted southerners' peculiar historical consciousness, what Eudora Welty called the sense of place.
16. Children, like animals, use all their senses to discover the world. Then artists come along and discover it the same way all over again---Eudora Welty, American author.
17. The conclusion of the thesis points out that although Welty uses changing points of view in The Golden Apples, her unchanging focus is on women's fate in a patriarchal society.
18. The fourth chapter is an analysis of "The Wanderers", in which Welty uses omniscient point of view to reflect the mental process of the character in seeking self-realization.
19. "How we did adore and envy them, the idols of our college years—Hemingway and Faulkner, Frost and Eliot, Mary McCarthy and Flannery O'Connor and Eudora Welty!" wrote John Updike.
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