Authors John Steinbeck and Eudora Welty Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

Authors John Steinbeck and Eudora Welty
This paper examines the writing techniques of John Steinbeck and Eudora Welty, prominent American writers during the twentieth century.
# 83602 | 1,125 words | 2 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Literature (American) , English (Analysis) , Literature (Comparative Literature)


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This paper uses the frameworks of two of John Steinbeck's and Eudora Welty's works as a basis for criticism. The author points out that both authors were well known for their insightful portrayal of the "common" strata of society and for the semi-autobiographical nature of some of their work The paper includes a brief comparison of the works of these authors following the individual critiques.

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"Both John Steinbeck and Eudora Welty were prominent American writers during the twentieth century. Both authors were well known for their insightful portrayal of the "common" strata of society, as well as for the semi-autobiographical nature of some of their work. Who could fail to catch glimpses of Steinbeck in Jody Tiflin of "The Red Pony", or of Welty in any number of her short stories. To better illustrate the styles of these two authors, this essay concentrates on elements of Steinbeck's "The Red Pony" and of Welty's "The Golden Apples". Although "The Red Pony" is most often considered to be a novel, both of these works are similar in structure, consisting of interlocking short stories with elements of novels."

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