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Eudora Welty's novel, "The Optimist's Daughter," which first appeared in The New Yorker of March 15, 1969, is a miracle of compression, the kind of book, small in scope but profound in its implications, that rewards a lifetime of work.
Laurel then leaves small town in Mississippi with only the memories she can carry.
The Optimist's Daughter
Major Motif: Flowers
"The McKelva house was streaming light from every window...
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