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Eudora : a writer's life

Auteur : Ann Waldron
Éditeur : New York : Doubleday, 1998.
Édition/format :   Livre : Biographie : Anglais : 1st edVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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"This first biography of Eudora Welty makes a significant contribution to the world of letters as a chronicle of the life and achievements of one of our greatest living authors, a woman of paramount importance in the American literary canon. From a Mississippi childhood to a brief editorial career in New York, from the sale of her first short story to her beloved and bestselling memoir - One Writer's Beginnings,  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : Biography
Format – détails additionnels : Online version:
Waldron, Ann.
Eudora.
New York : Doubleday, 1998
(OCoLC)607138837
Personne nommée : Eudora Welty; Eudora Welty; Eudora Welty; Eudora Welty
Type d’ouvrage : Biographie, Ressource Internet
Format : Livre, Ressource Internet
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Ann Waldron
ISBN : 0385476477 9780385476478
Numéro OCLC : 38430865
Description : xiv, 398 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contenu : The Early Years --
The Teenager --
Richard Wright, 1923-1925 --
Role Models --
The W, 1925-1927 --
On, Wisconsin, 1927-1929 --
Columbia, 1929-1931 --
Home Again, 1931 --
Finding Her Feet --
Local Literati, 1931-1935 --
The Journalist, 1933-1935 --
The WPA, 1935-1936 --
Photography, 1935-1937 --
The First Stories, 1931-1936 --
Getting Published, 1936-1940 --
More Stories, 1936-1940 --
Diarmuid Russell, 1940 --
Bread Loaf, 1940 --
The Natchez Trace, 1940 --
The Atlantic Monthly, 1940-1941 --
A Curtain of Green, 1941 --
Henry Miller, 1941 --
Yaddo, 1941 --
Publication Party, 1941 --
War Comes, 1941 --
The Robber Bridegroom, 1942 --
Leaving Doubleday, 1942 --
Trilling vs. Warren, 1943 --
The New York Times Book Review, 1944 --
How to Make a Novel, 1945 --
The Other Jackson Writer, 1945 --
Delta Wedding, 1946 --
Portrait Painted, 1946 --
Stretching Her Wings --
A Literary Magazine? 1946 --
San Francisco, 1946-1947 --
San Francisco Again, 1947 --
The Levee Press, 1948 --
Musical Comedy, 1948 --
Film Scripts, 1948-1949 --
The Golden Apples, 1949 --
William Faulkner, 1949 --
Abroad, 1949-1950 --
England and Ireland, 1950 --
The Civil War Redux, 1950 --
Elizabeth Bowen, 1950 --
Bowen's Court, 1951 --
The Enigma, 1951 --
To and Fro, 1952-1953 --
The Ponder Heart, 1954 --
The First Honorary Degree, 1954 --
Cambridge, 1954 --
Reynolds Price, 1955 --
Uncle Daniel on Stage, 1956 --
The Last Years --
Dark Days Begin, 1956 --
A Glimpse of the World, 1958-1959 --
Walter Dies, 1959-1961 --
Writing in Dark Days, 1962-1964.
Responsabilité : Ann Waldron.
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Résumé :

"This first biography of Eudora Welty makes a significant contribution to the world of letters as a chronicle of the life and achievements of one of our greatest living authors, a woman of paramount importance in the American literary canon. From a Mississippi childhood to a brief editorial career in New York, from the sale of her first short story to her beloved and bestselling memoir - One Writer's Beginnings, which she wrote at age seventy-five - this biography charts the details and moments that contributed to the development of Welty's unique vision and unforgettable voice. Here, too, are her literary influences, including her correspondence and meeting with the great man Faulkner, the invaluable friendships with Katherine Anne Porter and Elizabeth Bowen, the rivalry with Carson McCullers, and the small circle of lifelong confidants to whom Eudora entrusted her work: agent Diarmuid Russell, editor Mary Lou Aswell, and Robert Penn Warren. Ann Waldron brings together the details and moments of Welty's life, and shows how this writer's sensibility is formed and informed above all by a sense of place and purpose."--Jacket.

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