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Eudora Welty
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    (April 13, 1909-July 23, 2001)
    Wrote ‘A Curtain of Green, and Other Stories (1941),’ ‘The Robber Bridegroom (1942),’ ‘The Wide Net (1943),’ ‘Music from Spain (1946),’ ‘The Bride of Innisfallen (1954),’ ‘The Ponder Heart (1954),’ ‘Thirteen Stories (1965),’ ‘Losing Battles (1970),’ ‘The Optimist’s Daughter (1973),’ ‘The Eye of the Story (1978)’ and ‘Collected Stories (1980)’
    She was introverted and shy.
    She was still a virgin at 32.
    She lived with her mother until she was 57.
    She may never have had sex at all.
    Her novels were never as successful as her short stories.
    She was sheltered from the outside world by her parents.
    Her mother made her feel guilty about traveling to promote her books.
    The only man she ever loved turned out to be gay.
    She loved her hometown, Jackson, Mississippi.
    She was known for capturing Southern life in her stories.
    A popular e-mail program is named after her.

Credit: Wieland Kalligaro

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