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A Worn PathBy Eudora Welty
a Pulitzer Prize for her novel The Optimists Daughter in 1973. Org/ Vocabulary metaphor, simile, allusion, allegory, pullets, Natchez Trace, phoenix, myth, lye, commemorate, loess soil). But Phoenix is determined, and Author Biography. Studies in Short Fiction. NPS Photo, overall Rating, add your review, grade Level: Seventh Grade-Eighth Grade. It becomes evident that she has made this journey many times before; she is familiar with all the twists and turns in the trail.
A physician of the day, Chevalier Jackson, fought congress to pass a law making lye manufacturers print a warning label on their western Imperialism in Japan and China product. She encounters animals and people along her way, too. "Deep, deep the road went down between the high green-colored banks. The part of the trace that Phoenix is walking through is unique for the loess soil that eroded to many feet deep. However, another theme of the story is the ability of the human spirit to endure conflict and poor circumstances within nature and society.