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Eudora Welty--a bibliography of her work

Author: Noel Polk
Publisher: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, ©1994.
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This full-dress bibliography of the works of one of America's greatest writers contains essential information for all serious scholars of Eudora Welty and her long and distinguished career. It is a complete record of the rich treasury of the various physical forms in which her books have been published and reprinted over the course of her long life in professional writing. Her career, begun in 1936 when she  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bibliography
Bibliographie
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Polk, Noel.
Eudora Welty--a bibliography of her work.
Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, ©1994
(OCoLC)609254770
Online version:
Polk, Noel.
Eudora Welty--a bibliography of her work.
Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, ©1994
(OCoLC)622308632
Named Person: Eudora Welty; Eudora Welty; Eudora Welty; Eudora Welty; Eudora Welty; Eudora Welty
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Noel Polk
ISBN: 0878055665 9780878055661
OCLC Number: 26353190
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxi, 517 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. I. Books. A. American Separate Publications. A1. The Key. A2. A Curtain of Green. A3. The Robber Bridegroom. A4. The Wide Net. A5. Delta Wedding. A6. Music from Spain. A7. The Golden Apples. A8. Short Stories. A9. The Ponder Heart. A10. Selected Stories. A11. The Bride of the Innisfallen. A12. Place in Fiction. A13. Three Papers on Fiction. A14. The Shoe Bird. A15. A Sweet Devouring. A16. Losing Battles. A17. A Flock of Guinea Hens Seen from a Car. A18. One Time, One Place. A19. The Optimist's Daughter. A20. A Pageant of Birds. A21. Fairy Tale of the Natchez Trace. A22. The Eye of the Story. A23. Ida M'Toy. A24. Women!! Make Turban in Own Home! A25. Twenty Photographs. A26. Acrobats in a Park. A27. The Collected Stories. A28. Bye-Bye Brevoort. A29. White Fruitcake. A30. Retreat. A31. One Writer's Beginnings. A32. Four Photographs. A33. In Black and White. A34. The Little Store. A35. Morgana. A36. Photographs. AA. Separate Publications Not Compiled by Welty. AA1. Thirteen Stories. AA2. The Southern Imagination. AA3. Moon Lake and Other Stories. AA4. Conversations with Eudora Welty. AA5. Uncollected Pieces. AB. English and Other Foreign English-Language Separate Publications. AB1. A Curtain of Green. AB2. The Robber Bridegroom. AB3. The Wide Net. AB4. Delta Wedding. AB5. The Golden Apples. AB6. The Ponder Heart. AB7. The Bride of the Innisfallen. AB8. The Optimist's Daughter. AB9. The Collected Stories. AB10. Losing Battles. AB11. One Writer's Beginnings. AB12. The Eye of the Sky. AC. Collected Edition. AD. Catalogues of Exhibitions Containing Welty Material. AD1. John Rood. AD2. Welty. AD3. Eudora. AD4. Welty: A Keepsake --
pt. II. Shorter Works. B. Fiction. C. Non-Fiction Prose. D. Book Reviews. E. Poetry. F. Miscellaneous: Blurbs & Occasional Pieces. G. Early Publications. H. Photographs. I. Interviews. J. Lost or Unidentified Titles. K. Translations. L. Welty On Record. M. Adaptations of Welty Works. N. Editorial Work. O. First Book Appearances. P. Publishing Chronology.
Responsibility: Noel Polk.

Abstract:

This full-dress bibliography of the works of one of America's greatest writers contains essential information for all serious scholars of Eudora Welty and her long and distinguished career. It is a complete record of the rich treasury of the various physical forms in which her books have been published and reprinted over the course of her long life in professional writing. Her career, begun in 1936 when she published her first short story in a "little magazine"' in Ohio, has flourished, along with her growing stature as a major figure in world literature, with an ever-increasing proliferation of new editions and foreign translations. For more than twenty years Noel Polk has been one of the leading scholars of Welty's works. During these two decades he has compiled this definitive catalog in which he details the casing, colors, size, paper type, binding format, and dust jacket of each book and analyzes the various editions, printings, states, and issues of each title. He includes a history of the writing, editing, publishing, and printing of each book, compiled from publishers' and agents' records. Polk divides the bibliography into two chronological sections. The first focuses on Welty's books. The other focuses of her publications in magazines, her fiction and nonfiction prose contributions to books other than her own, and her juvenilia, book reviews, dust-jacket blurbs, poetry, and photographic work. The bibliography includes a list of translations of Welty's works into other languages. An appendix, "A Eudora Welty Publishing Log," chronologically lists extracts from the bibliography that demonstrate the intimate interconnection of all facets of Welty's extraordinary career.

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