What There Is to Say We Have Said

Trace a chain of letters between one of the twentieth century’s finest writers—Eudora Welty—and one of the period’s best editors—William Maxwell of The New Yorker—and you’ll reveal in time a structure as graceful and enduring as the Golden Gate Bridge. This collection of hundreds of letters exhanged over fifty years reveals professional acumen and personal intimacy in equal, eloquent measure.

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