A Eudora Welty Timeline
You can find out more about Eudora Welty's life, in the context of her work and major world events, in A Eudora Welty Timeline.
Eudora Welty, born in Jackson, Mississippi, in 1909, is best known as a Southern writer of short stories and novels (although she also worked professionally as a photographer). During her lifetime she was the recipient of numerous awards, including several O. Henry Awards and the Pulizter Prize. She died on July 22, 2001, at the age of 92, an established icon of American letters.
A Brief Biography
A preface to the Welty Timeline, this brief biography gives an overview of the writer's life.
Interactive Flash version of A Welty Timeline [216K]
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Text version of A Welty Timeline
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How to use the Timeline:
Click and drag the bottom right corner of the window to enlarge the timeline.
Use the Slidebar to adjust the time period displayed in the timeline.
As you scroll over points on the timeline, you can read more about significant events and, in some cases, view related images.
Or, click on a title in the listing of Welty's major works to see it located on the Timeline.
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