'"How Might the World be Luckier?": Eudora Welty and the Irish.' Symbiosis 9.2 (October 2005) 159—74.

Author: Lazenbatt, Bill


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This essay was first published in Symbiosis: a Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations

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Eudora Welty; “˜The Golden Apples”, “˜The Bride of the Innisfallen”, “˜Delta Wedding”, “˜One Writer's Beginnings”, Ireland; the Irish, Anglo-Irish, Anglo-American, Elizabeth Bowen, “˜The Last September”

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