A report on Eudora Welty

Eudora Welty in 1962
The Eudora Welty House
Welty is presented the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Jimmy Carter in 1980
Welty's headstone at Greenwood Cemetery in Jackson, Mississippi

American short story writer, novelist and photographer, who wrote about the American South.

- Eudora Welty
Eudora Welty in 1962

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Former school building, now the Mississippi Department of Education headquarters

Central High School (Jackson, Mississippi)

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Public high school in Jackson, Mississippi, United States.

Public high school in Jackson, Mississippi, United States.

Former school building, now the Mississippi Department of Education headquarters

Eudora Welty, short story writer and novelist

Mississippi Writers Trail

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Series of historical markers which celebrate the literary, social, historical, and cultural contributions of Mississippi's most acclaimed and influential writers.

Series of historical markers which celebrate the literary, social, historical, and cultural contributions of Mississippi's most acclaimed and influential writers.

The Mississippi Writers Trail debuted on the State Capitol grounds in Jackson, Mississippi at the 2018 Mississippi Book Festival with an unveiling of two marker prototypes honoring Eudora Welty and Jesmyn Ward, connecting the past and present contributions of Mississippi authors.

16 states and Washington, D.C. are defined as the Southern region of the United States by the Census Bureau. The 11 (11) states in solid red are usually considered part of the South. The inclusion of some of the 6 states in stripes is sometimes disputed. The Census Bureau does not include Missouri, but parts of that state are considered culturally more Southern than Delaware, another state colored here in stripes, which the Census Bureau includes in the Southern region. Southern literary studies questions these geographic boundaries.

Southern United States literature

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Southern United States literature consists of American literature written about the Southern United States or by writers from the region.

Southern United States literature consists of American literature written about the Southern United States or by writers from the region.

16 states and Washington, D.C. are defined as the Southern region of the United States by the Census Bureau. The 11 (11) states in solid red are usually considered part of the South. The inclusion of some of the 6 states in stripes is sometimes disputed. The Census Bureau does not include Missouri, but parts of that state are considered culturally more Southern than Delaware, another state colored here in stripes, which the Census Bureau includes in the Southern region. Southern literary studies questions these geographic boundaries.
16 states and Washington, D.C. are defined as the Southern region of the United States by the Census Bureau. The 13 states in dark red and solid red are usually considered part of the South. The inclusion of some of the four states in stripes is sometimes disputed. The Census Bureau does not include Missouri, but parts of that state are considered culturally more Southern than Delaware, another state colored here in stripes, which the Census Bureau includes in the Southern region. Southern literary studies questions these geographic boundaries.

In addition, more female and African-American writers began to be accepted as part of Southern literature, including African Americans such as Zora Neale Hurston and Sterling Allen Brown, along with women such as Eudora Welty, Flannery O'Connor, Ellen Glasgow, Carson McCullers, Katherine Anne Porter, and Shirley Ann Grau, among many others.

Ellen Gilchrist

Ellen Gilchrist

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American novelist, short story writer, and poet.

American novelist, short story writer, and poet.

Ellen Gilchrist

She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy and studied creative writing under renowned writer Eudora Welty at Millsaps College.

Looking north on Serenade Drive

Mississippi University for Women

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Coeducational public university in Columbus, Mississippi.

Coeducational public university in Columbus, Mississippi.

Looking north on Serenade Drive

Eudora Welty, Pulitzer Prize-winning author

Eudora (email client)

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Email client that was used on the classic Mac OS, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows operating systems.

Email client that was used on the classic Mac OS, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows operating systems.

The software was named after American author Eudora Welty, because of her short story "Why I Live at the P.O."; Dorner rearranged the title to form the slogan "Bringing the P.O. to Where You Live" for his software.

First edition cover

The Collected Stories of Eudora Welty

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First edition cover

The Collected Stories of Eudora Welty is a collection of short stories by Eudora Welty, first published by Houghton Mifflin in 1980.

First edition

One Writer's Beginnings

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First edition

One Writer's Beginnings is a collection of autobiographical essays by Eudora Welty.

Junior League members sell flowers during WWI. New York City?

Junior League

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Private, nonprofit educational women's volunteer organization aimed at improving communities and the social, cultural, and political fabric of civil society.

Private, nonprofit educational women's volunteer organization aimed at improving communities and the social, cultural, and political fabric of civil society.

Junior League members sell flowers during WWI. New York City?
Astor House, clubhouse owned by the New York Junior League (the first League), Upper East Side

Eudora Welty—Pulitzer Prize winning author

First edition (publ. Random House)

Losing Battles

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First edition (publ. Random House)

Losing Battles is the last novel written by Eudora Welty.