EUDORA WELTY WHY I LIVE AT THE P O PDF

By introducing Mr Whitaker into the story the reader realises that Welty is pitting both the narrator and her sister Stella-Rondo against each other. There is a sense of animosity between both characters with the narrator feeling that Stella-Rondo stole Mr Whitaker from her. As to why the narrator or Stella-Rondo might want to escape from the life they are living is never fully explained though it is interesting that Stella-Rondo does call her child Shirley T. Though this may seem to be insignificant it is important as it is possible that Stella-Rondo is attempting to divide the family and have Papa-Daddy on her side. Which in turn would isolate the narrator. By doing so she is symbolically isolating herself from her family though she may not necessarily be aware of it yet.

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Plot[ edit ] Sister, the narrator, who is also a protagonist, begins her story when her younger sister, Stella-Rondo, comes back home after separating from her husband — Mr. Stella brings with her a child, Shirley-T. Later that day, Stella lies to Papa-Daddy about Sister suggesting that he should shave his beard, to which he is very devoted. That causes a tension between him and his granddaughter.

A while later the sisters have another argument concerning Shirley-T. Mother even suggests that Sister should apologize to Stella, but she refuses and quarrels with Mama. As a result, Stella convinces Uncle Rondo that Sister suggested that he looks like a fool in her pink kimono. This lie aggravates the uncle; he believes that Sister really vilified him and that makes him mad at her. She is one year older than Stella-Rondo. She dated Mr. Whitaker before her sister. After Stella caused their breakup and married the man their relationship became tough, although she believes that Stella-rondo was always spoiled.

After separating from her husband — Mr. Whitaker, she comes back home with a child, who as she claims is adopted. Stella tells lies to other family members; she wants to be in the center of attention and expects them to give her emotional support.

He is very proud of his connections, which helped him get his granddaughter appointed postmistress. He is very devoted to his beard, which symbolizes the old order. Mama — she is very supportive of her daughter, Stella-Rondo and seems to favor her, although she believes that she treats sisters equally. He is temperamental and easily provoked. She is two years old.

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Whitaker, and returned to the family home in Mississippi. Sister had briefly dated Mr. Whitaker before Stella-Rondo became engaged to him. Stella-Rondo arrives from Illinois, accompanied by Shirley-T. When Sister questions Shirley-T. Sister promptly leaves the table, while Papa-Daddy skulks outside to lie in the hammock.

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Why I Live at the P.O. by Eudora Welty

Plot[ edit ] Sister, the narrator, who is also a protagonist, begins her story when her younger sister, Stella-Rondo, comes back home after separating from her husband — Mr. Stella brings with her a child, Shirley-T. Later that day, Stella lies to Papa-Daddy about Sister suggesting that he should shave his beard, to which he is very devoted. That causes a tension between him and his granddaughter.

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