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The plot is a simple one, however, the novel's pattern of relationships are most complex.
Welty's second novel "Delta Wedding" developed from a short story titled "The Delta Cousins" that three magazines initially rejected.
If anything, this book did remind me of that, for which I'm grateful, but as a story I found it extremely slow-going and tedious.
Too many characters to keep track of or of which to keep track ha haPublished 17 days ago by Virginia Dare McGraw
It took some time to adjust to Welty's style of writing. I found that it was necessary to re-read sentences to fully grasp the meaning. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Suzanne Drummond
I felt this title was strayed from what I would normally expect from this author. The story itself was wonderful and extremely reminiscent of the south, but, I did not like the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by KGR
This is the kind of book that reminds you that life is defined by all the small moments that make up the fabric of the whole. Read morePublished 8 months ago by M. Meszaros
The overarching main character is the landscape and its impact on the people in the novel. They are of the place, and the few that wander in are treated as if an alien species,... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kindle Customer
This book was selected for our bookclub last month. Four of our seven member club found it most difficult to read-understand or want to read or understand. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Johnson Drywall adn Const., In