Early Life And Early Life : Eudora Welty

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Eudora Welty

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Early Life……………………………………. Page 3

Beginning of Publications………………….... Page 4

Works……………………………………….... Page 5

Accomplishments…...…………………………Page 6

End of Life…………………………...………. Page 7

Works Cited…………………………………...Page 8

Early Life
Eudora Welty was born in 1909 in Jackson, Mississippi. She was born into a loving family to Christian Webb Welty and Chestina Andrews Welty. She inherited a loving of all instruments from her father, and she inherited a love of reading and language from her mother. As a child, she attended Davis Elementary School. She graduated from Jackson Central High School in 1925. She, first, went to college at the Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, Mississippi. She, then, went to the University of Wisconsin and received her bachelor’s degree. Later, she graduated study at the Columbia School of Business.
After college, she worked at WJDX radio station and wrote society columns for the Memphis Commercial Appeal. She, also, served as a Junior Publicity Agent for the Works Progress Administration. She took many photographs. In 1936 to 1937, they were exhibited in New York; however, they were not published as she wished.(https://eudorawelty.org/biography/) Beginning of Publications
Eudora’s first publication was a short story called “Death of a Traveling Man”. In 1936, editor of manuscript literary called it, “...one of the best stories we have ever read.” Five years later, her first book was published. “In A

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