Childhood Experience In Eudora Welty's Autobiography

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According to this passage, Eudora Welty uses her childhood experience in her autobiography in order to intensify and the value of these experiences. For example, all of her childhood experiences were mainly focused on her love of reading and books as a little girl. She also described how mean and strict her librarian was. The autobiography stated that she ran to the library by herself. She also gives examples on how strict the librarian was by describing her as “sitting at the back with her books and facing the stairs with her dragon eye at the front door.” This example describes how her librarian was mean and
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