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From Reader to Author- Eudora Welty's Passion

Summary: The relationships Eudora Welty maintained with her mother, her librarian, and literature itself all impacted the career she has an author. Welty conveys these early life inspirations by employing literary elements such as adjectives, details, and symbolism. This is documented in One Writer's Beginnings.
From Reader To Author- Eudora Welty's Passion

The relationships Eudora Welty maintained with her mother, her librarian, and literature itself all impacted the career she has an author. Welty conveys these early life inspirations by employing literary elements such as adjectives, details, and symbolism.

The intensity of her experiences is best depicted through instances in which Welty encounters an infamous local librarian by the name of Mrs. Calloway. At first, the author is intimidated by the sight of Mrs. Calloway so much that even seemingly minute physical features such as her, "streaming face"(13), have been engraved into the author's memory. In addition to including detail into her writing, the author employs conceptual devices such as personification imagining the librarian's "strong eyes...sent down to stairway to test" her (16). Like Big Brother, Calloway uses her "dragon eye" to keep track of Welty's every movement in case the latter even...

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