A WORN PATH
- PHOENIX JACKSON AND THE NICE LADY: A NOTE ON EUDORA WELTY'S "A WORN PATH". Dazey, Mary Ann // American Notes & Queries;Feb79, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p92
Analyzes characters in the short story 'A Worn Path,' by Eudora Welty. Interpretation on the shoe-lacing incident of the character Phoenix Jackson; Description of the setting of the short story; Significance of roses.
- Vision and Revelation in Eudora Welty's Early Fiction and Photography. Martin, Matthew R. // Southern Quarterly;Summer2000, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p17
Discusses the relationships of author Eudora Welty's photographs of the sideshows at the Mississippi State Fair in 1939 and her short stories in the book 'A Curtain of Green' with her experience in traveling across Mississippi in the 1930s. Details of the short stories 'A Worn Path' and...
- Historical Approach to Eudora Welty's "A Worn Path" in a College Reading Course. Ngovo, Bernard L. // Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction;Fall2008, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p118
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience in reflecting on a literary approach in teaching "A Worn Path," by Eudora Welty.
- Remembering Eudora Welty. Feeley, Kathleen // America;10/15/2001, Vol. 185 Issue 11, p13
Focuses on Eudora Welty and Flannery O'Connor, women writers from the South. Information on a story that Welty related at a special celebration in a college in the South; Details on the story `A Worn Path'; Accusation against Welty and O'Connor.
- Toward the North Star: Eudora Welty's "A Worn Path" and the Slave Narrative Tradition. Moberly, Kevin // Mississippi Quarterly;Winter2005/Spring2006, Vol. 59 Issue 1/2, p107
A literary criticism of the short story â€œA Worn Path,â€ by Eudora Welty, is presented. It outlines problems that previous critics have had dealing with racial tensions between the main character, an old black woman, when she meets with a white hunter. The symbolism of the characters...
- Literary Contexts in Short Stories: Eudora Welty's "A Worn Path". Lister, Rachel // Literary Contexts in Short Stories Collections: Eudora Welty's ';2007, p1
This essay explores "A Worn Path," one of Eudora Welty's most anthologized stories. It provides a number of contextual readings as well as biographical information about Welty. The story first appeared in "Atlantic Monthly" in 1941 and was published as part of Welty's first short story...
- "Powerhouse" and The Mystery of Art. Burke, Daniel // Beyond Interpretation: Studies in the Modern Short Story;1991, p163
Eudora Welty's "Powerhouse" describes the reactions of several audiences to the exuberant artistry of a black Jazz musician who resembles the great Fats Wailer. What is common to these reactions is a curiosity about the sources of Powerhouse's craft, as both a musician and a storyteller. The...
- Welty studies: 1987-1997. Ladd, Barbara // Mississippi Quarterly;Fall97, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p715
Focuses on several books written about author Eudora Welty and her career for the period 1987-1997. Identification of these books and their authors; Year in which the books were published; Interviews and reviews on Welty; Authors of these interviews and reviews; Publication of bibliographical...
- Imagining others' lives. Horn, Miriam // U.S. News & World Report;2/15/93, Vol. 114 Issue 6, p78
Profiles 83-year-old writer Eudora Welty, who has spent her literary life finding mythic dimensions in the most ordinary of lives. She was ignored for most of her career; She garnered a Pulitzer Prize and presidential medal, among other honors; Childhood; Education; Her books include `The...