Wiedemann, Barbara
January 1997
Short Fiction: A Critical Companion;1997, p265
Short Story Review
The article presents several articles and books that review the short story "A Worn Path," by Eudora Welty. These include the article "A Worn Path': Immortality of Stereotype," by Don Donlan in the 1973 issue of the "English Journal," "Errands of Love: A Study in Black and White," by Joseph H. Gardner in the autumn 1993 issue of "The Kentucky Review" and "Love's Habit of Vision in Welty's Phoenix Jackson," by Walter James in the 1986 issue of the "Journal of the Short Story in English 7."


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