By Suzanne Marrs
This worthwhile & large advisor is an annotated directory of the entire fabrics within the Eudora Welty choice of the Mississippi Dept. of data & heritage. just about all the fabrics within the accrued have been donated by way of Welty to her local country, together with manuscripts, correspondence, & documentary images. it truly is crucial for these engaged in critical examine of this acclaimed author & her many tales & novels. the writer has written three essays approximately holdings within the assortment & cataloged the papers in five sections. additionally contains an unannotated directory of vital Welty manuscripts which are situated on the Univ. of Texas & the Univ. of Virginia.
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How little we know! For considering that he might have done some reprehensible thing, then he would need the gravest and tenderest handling" (187). Ran, in fact, has done a reprehensible thinghe has caused Maideen Sumrall's suicideand he does need tender handling. Ran has had a tragic affair and a troubled marriage, and he feels the same longing for freedom, for the life of his father, that Eugene feels. Their difficulties are twin ones, and Eugene's intuitive concern for Ran may in part be a concern for himself.
The bad novel of today is unhappily like the tale told to the analyst. It is not communication, it is confessionoften of nothing more than some mild weakness. It is self-absorbed, self-indulgent, too often self-pitying. And it's dull. (Galley 70) Welty felt that these remarks, as published in 1956, were inappropriate in 1978 as she prepared The Eye of the Story. Thus, she wrote to Albert Erskine: "Albertdon't you think the essay could do without any of this? ) I feel it's dated and weakening probably" (author's galley 70).
When Annie Laurie makes her young daughter a doll and names the doll Marmion, she looks forward to the legacy that will be Laura's. Peggy Prenshaw suggests the link between doll and house. Annie Laurie, she writes, makes Laura a baby named Marmion, named for one of the Fairchild plantation houses near Shellmound. The great empty house is Annie Laurie's inheritance and will one day perhaps be Laura's. " The gesture of Annie Laurie's handing the doll to her daughter, an act of a loving mother, prideful of her skills, is the generational correlative of "passing the torch" in Julia Mortimer's realm in Losing Battles.