Eudora Welty's Settings Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Eudora Welty's Settings
An analysis of the importance of setting in Eudora Welty's novels.
# 71223 | 1,610 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Literature (General)

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This paper discusses how settings influence selected stories of Eudora Welty, with reference to "The Ponder Heart", "Petrified Man", "A Worn Path" and "The Robber Bridegroom". It looks at the use of settings as Welty's mise-en-scene and also aspects of topography in the stories.

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"Settings in Eudora Welty's stories are their mise-en-scene, the place where things happen to characters and where characters behave in thus-and-so ways. But the fact that Welty's characters take their personalities mind-sets assumptions speech and all the ..."

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