The Ponder Heart


The story received generally positive review from critics; Welty scholar Pearl Amelia McHaney called The Ponder Heart the "most positively received of Welty's books".[11] Charles Poore of the New York Times called the novel "a wonderful tragicomedy of good intentions in a durably sinful world".[12]

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