Eudora Welty's True Passion For Reading

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Welty's language in the text was with a lot of meaning and value. She talked about the librarian with many characteristics. She also talked about her mother's passion for reading, which was occasionally that she'd pick up a book. Welty has much value towards reading, and to prove she does, she puts "I was willing; I would do anything to read." She showed much enthusiasm when she would just go and dive into reading. if a child does that, then that shows what true passion for reading is. With Welty having books in her childhood, growing up loving them, she must really love to do anything that involves reading. It's a part of her that without it, she wouldn't be the same person she is today. She wouldn't be writing or doing anything that involves

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