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The book is so bad that I am ashamed to be a Mississippian. There was no problems with Amazon or the seller just the author.Published 3 months ago by David J.
This was a gift and the receipient love it. She is a big Eudora Welty fan.Published 9 months ago by Rita Wesley
Why many reviewers try to make this small book--three lectures--into something it's not is beyond me. Lectures are written on a higher plane than how-to, biography, memoir, etc. Read morePublished 9 months ago by P. Laster
A dandy look at the growth of an underrated, graceful and gracious Mississippi author. She was the voice of the thinking Southern lady. Read morePublished 18 months ago by W Perry Hall
Eudora Welty reveals that which in her writings was autobiographical. She quotes from her own material and reminisces; this reveals what she took almost directly from her own... Read morePublished 19 months ago by nancy pollina
I read this book over six months ago. And I had to write a paper on it. So I do remember it well since I took very detailed notes. Until this day, it stays with me. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Books & More
I feel very sorry for those for whom this book meant nothing. It as though they had some internal deafness. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Philip E. Bowles