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One Writers BeginningsAurora Welty 1Aurora Welty wrote a section of her life as a book because she wanted others to learn from her experiences She made a lot of very important accomplishments She graduated after four years of college and completed her lifetime goal to become a writer Her first book Lilly Dow and the three ladies was published in the winter of 1937 She went on to publish around 20 more books in the next 43 years In 1979 she won the National Medal for Literature 2 Aurora had many obstacles to overcome in order to fulfill her ultimate dream Aurora lived a very sheltered life All the family had were their books This helped Aurora to have a widened intelligence for writing later in life Her father discouraged her dream to become a writer He said it would never get her anywhere Despite this she stuck to her dream and ended out on top As a child Auroras family discovered that she had a heart problem She had irregular heart beats and was tired a lot She wasbedridden for a year and had to skip the 3rd grade This obstacle from learning was overcome by Auroras mother Every day she would sit by her bedside and teach her the things that were in the few books the family owned Aurora was very successful at overcoming her obstacles From the time she was a little kid she knew she wanted to be a writer So she read all the books her family owned and tried to understand them so she could be a successful writer when she grew up She graduated form High School and completed college despite all the moves she had to make through these years She was determined to receive a good education so she could accomplish her dream 3 I believe the theme of the story is to never give up Despite
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