Index to Eye of the Story

Index to Eudora Welty's
The Eye of the Story:
Selected Essays and Reviews

This index, while neither extensive nor exhaustive, provides Welty scholars with a place to begin researching. The following compilation indexes the Random House 1978, Vintage Books 1979, and Vintage International 1990 editions.

This index was initiated by Georgia State University graduate students in a Spring 2002 Welty Seminar then completed and checked by Meribeth Fell and Nancy Kojima. The editors welcome additions and corrections. Please email them to ewn@langate.gsu.edu.

adventure: 205
advertising: 239
affection: 205
Algonquin Indians: 183
American Academy of Arts and Letters: 217
American life: legendary 179; related to Old World 179; romantic 179
American novel: 116
Ancient Mariner, The (Coleridge): 117
angels: 116, 116, 276, 291
Arabian Nights: 262
Armstid, Henry: 127
art: 117, 118, 126, 128
Asia: 183
atmosphere: 88-89
Austen, Jane: 191, 222; Chapman Edition 231
Australia: 264, 267
Aztec bowls: 294
Babylonian: 119; The Hanging Gardens of Babylon 119
baking: 279
Battersea Rise: Clapham Common: 221-22, 225
Baudelaire, Charles: 236; The Flowers of Evil 236
Bayou Pierre: 287
Beauty: 105-106, 123, 286
Bell, Vanessa: 194, 195, 196, 197-98, 199, 199-200; brother Thoby Stephen 197
Biala, Janice: 243
Bible: 262
Big Harp: 288
biography: 244, 248, 249
Black Forest: 122
Blackwood's Magazine: 248
Bloomsbury: 195-96
Blotner, Joseph: 212-13, 218; Selected Letters of William Faulkner 212-20
boats: 286, 289
book reviewers: 284
Bookman: 191
Bowen, Elizabeth: 269-76; autobiography 269, 273; Bowen's Court 273, 276; characters 272, 275; childhood 270, 272; .........death of 269; dream-construction in her fiction 275; friends 270; hypnotic power of writing 274; illness 270; .........literary agent of 269, 275; literary criticism of 270; literary executor of 269; on mother 276; nativity play 275-76; .........on neighbors 276; as novelist 270-71, 272; on plot 275; as reader 270; as regional writer 271-72; relationship .........between novelist and character 274; schooling 271; unfinished novel 273-74 works by: "Bergotte" 274-75; .........Bowen's Court 273; The Death of the Heart 272; Early Stories 273; Eva Trout 272; "Genesis" 272-73; The Little .........Girls 272; "The Move-In" 273-74; "Notes on Writing a Novel" 275; "Origins" 270; Pictures and Conversations .........269-276; "People" 270; "Places" 270; Seven Winters 273, 276
Bowen, Stella: 243
Bowen's Court: 273, 276
Brennan, Gerald: 201
British: as colonists 184, 185; place-names 185, 187
Brooks, Amy: Randy's Fall 281; Randy's Spring 281; Randy's Summer 281; Randy's Winter 281
Brown, Curtis: 275
Brown, Ford Madox (painter): 241
Brown, Kathy: 241
Brown, Spencer Curtis: 269, 275-276
Bruinsburg: 287, 289
Byrd, William: 189
butterflies: 293
California: 186, 252
Cambridge: 126, 224
"The Camp Fire Girls": 283
Caroline, of Brunswick, Queen: 223
Carrington, Dora: 195
Carroll, Lewis: Alice in Wonderland 269
Case, Janet: 198-199
Cather, Willa: art in writing 55, 56, 58-60; artist, definition and role of 59-60; characterization in 55, 56; distance in 48; .........dwellings in 56-58, 60; fictional patterns in 47-48; heroism in 55, 56, 59; history in 45-47, 59; irony in 55; .........landscape in 41-42, 43-53, 55, 56; love in 54, 55; Mark Twain, comparison to 51-52; passion in 48, 52, 55; .........personal history in 47-48; rebellion in 54; recognition in 49-50; truth in 59-60 works by: A Lost Lady 43, 56, "The .........Enchanted Bluff" 50; My Ántonia 41, 43, 44-45, 50, 55; O Pioneers! 44, 52, 53, 55, 56; The Professor's House .........47, 49, 55-58; The Song of the Lark 46, 49, 53-59
"Catherine & Petrucio": 290
Cecil, Lady Robert (Nelly): 194, 199
cemetery: 292
Cerf, Bennett: 214
Cezanne, Paul: 196
Chandler, Raymond: 236
characters: 90-94
characterization: 203-205, 258
Charlus: 275
Chekhov, Anton: 33; use of characters 90-94, 98; writing: conceptions of reality in 61-81; characters perceptions of .........reality in 61-63; definitions of reality in 63; everyday life in 63 works by: "The Betrothed" 61; "A Calamity" 63; ........."The Darling" 63, 90-94; "The Duel" 63; "The Name Day Party" 63; "On Official Business" 61; "The Steppe" 62; .........Three Sisters, "If father were only alive" 118
Choctaws: 293
Christmas: 282-283
churches: 287, 291, 292
Cicero, Marcus Tullius: 239
Clapham Sect: 222, 223
Clark, William: 187
Commins, Saxe: 214
compass: 131
concealment: 113
Connolly, Cyril: 200
Conrad, Joseph: 245, 248-249; Romance 244
Corelli, Maria: 191
Corinthian columns: 288
cotton fields: 287, 291
cotton gin: 292
Cowley, Malcom: 212-218; Faulkner-Cowley File 217
Crane, Stephen: "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky" 86, 87; The Red Badge of Courage 242
Crawford, Joan: 238
Creek Indians: 180
critical analysis: 107, 109, 110
criticism: 124
critics: literary 211
Davies, Margaret Llewelyn: 194, 197
death: 205
definition: 131
Defoe, Daniel: 191
democracy: in place names 184
Dickinson, Goldsworthy Lowes: 228
Dinesen, Isak: 261-63; "The Caryatids" 262, 263; Last Tales 261-63; "Night Walk" 262; Out of Africa 262-263
discovery: 129
double, experience of reader and writer: 85
Dublin: 130
Dutch: 184; place-names 187
Eddy, Nelson: 235
Eliot, T. S.: 195, 196; "Poems" 195
Elizabethan or Restoration comedy or tragedy: 290
Elsie Dinsmore (Martha Finley): 280
emotions: 87, 108, 128
England: 227, 270-271, 289
English novel: 116
Erskine, Albert: 214
Europe: 183
experiment: 130
eyes: point of view 111, 113, 116; seeing 120, 125, 130
Egypt: 213
fairy tale(s): 117, 253-254, 255, 256, 262, 279
fantasy: 126
Faulkner, William: 45, 126, 207-211, 212-20; agents 213-15; art of fiction 216; artist 212; atmosphere in stories 88; .........biography 213, 216; Compson Appendix 216; critics of 210; fiction of 219-20; France 217; Luxembourg Gardens .........217; manners 217; Nobel Prize 218; novels 215; passion in writing 213, 219; politics 209, 210; praise for other .........writers 219; publishers 213-15; sensitivity 219; style of writing 209, 210-211; telegrams 217; time in stories .........103-104 works by: "The Bear" 99-104, 215, 219; The Hamlet 215; Intruder in the Dust 207-11; Sanctuary 213; .........Selected Letters 212-20; The Sound and the Fury 219; short stories 214, 215; "Spotted Horses" 127, 219; .........Viking Portable 216-217
Federal soldiers: 288, 289
fiction: 117; action in 208-09; ambiguities in 265; characters/characterization 258, 264, 266, 272, 275; comedy in 231, .........268; description in 257; fantasies 228; Gothic 262; homosexuality in 230-331, 232; humor in 208-209; marriage .........in 266, 267; mystery in 210; mysteriousness 229; novellas 264; past in 253; plot 255; relationship between life .........and art 269, 274; sentimental 239; sex in 265, 266, 268; short stories 261-263, 264-268; symbols in 265; time in .........209, 253, 254, 257; women in 231; writing of 272
Five Little Peppers (Margaret Sidney): 279-280, 282
Flaubert, Gustave: 48, 124
Ford, Ford Madox: 241-250; biography of 241-250; characters 246; divorce 242, 247; as editor 245; Elsie Martindale .........242; father 241, 242; France 243; grandfather 242; Janice Biala 243; imagination 242; kindness 248-249; literary .........reputation 248; mother 241; neurasthenia 243; on novelists 249; novels by 243; self-portrait 249; subjects for .........fiction 247; Stella Bowen 243; United States 243; Violet Hunt 242; war 247-248; youth 242 works by: Buckshee .........247; The Good Soldier 241, 244; Parade's End 241; Romance 244
form: 114
Forster, Charles: 224
Forster, E. M.: 130, 200-201, 221-226, 227-234, 245; biographer 226; comedy in fiction 231; death 227; diary 228, 230; .........flaws in short fiction 232; friends 228-229; homosexuality 230, 232, 233; homosexuality in fiction 227, 232; .........novels 232; novelist 226; short fiction 227-234; stance on posthumous publications 231; women in fiction 231; .........writing life of 233 works by: Albergo Empedocle and Other Writings 233; Arbinger Edition 233; "Arthur .........Snatchfold" 229; Aspects of the Novel 85; Celestial Omnibus 227; "Dr. Woolacott" 229; The Eternal Moment .........227; "The Life to Come" 227, 228; The Life to Come, and Other Stories 227-234; The Longest Journey 233-234; .........Marianne Thornton 221-226; Maurice 228, 232, 233 "The Other Boat" 228, 229, 231-232; A Passage to India .........154, 228; "The Road from Colonus" 232; short fiction 227-234; "Three Courses and a Dessert: Being a New and .........Gastronomic Version of the Game of Consequences" 231; "The Torque" 231; "What Does it Matter? A Morality" .........230-231
Forster, Edward: 224
France: 217, 225, 243
France, Anatole: 275
French Zouave troops: 290
French: 184, 293-294; explorers 185; in the West 181; place-names 185, 188; priests 187
friendship: 205
Fry, Roger: 196
Fu Manchu, Dr.: 284
Furbank, P. N.: 230
Gabriel: 287
Galsworthy, John: 245
Garnett, David: 195, 196, 201
geography: 183
Germany: 33
ghosts: 286
Giotto, Ambrogio Bondone: fresco of St. Francis of Assisi 60
Goldman, Morton: 214
goodness: 116, 117
Goya: 89
Grand Gulf: 287, 288-289, 292
Grant, Duncan: 195
Grant, General Ulysses S: 287
Great Fire of London: 120
Greece: 262, 264; Athens 265
greed: 285
Green, Henry: 22-29; style of 22; authorial voice 26; characters 23-25; evoking readers' senses 24; focus of novels 27; .........imagery 23-24; naturalism 26; sentence structure 22; symbols 24; themes of novels 22; writing pattern 26 works .........by: Back 25; Concluding 22, 25, 28; Doting 23, 28; Living 22; Loving 25; Nothing 23, 28; Pack my Bag 26-27; .........Party Going 23
"Green Mansions": 122
Gulliver: 126
gypsies: 180
Haas, Robert K.: 214
Haiti: 288
Hardy, Thomas: 196, 245
heart: 128, 130
Hemingway, Ernest: 90, 131, 190, 249; atmosphere 88-90; dialogue 90, 190 works by: "Indian Camp" 89; Men without .........Women 190
historical novel: 117
history: American 183
Hogarth Press: 194-195
Hollywood: 213, 214, 218, 236
homosexuality: in fiction 227, 230, 275
Hudson, A. P.: 218
Hudson, W. H.: 245
humor: 127, 208-209, 231, 239, 240
Hunt, Violet: 242-243
Hutton, Barbara: 238
illuminate: 120
illusion: 113, 122, 125, 128
illusion-dispelling: 282
illustration: 280, 282
illustrative: 129
imagination: 106, 117, 120, 123, 124, 203, 244
Impressionism: 118
Indians: 293
influence: 110, 109
intention: 125
intuition: 113
Ireland: 270-271, 273, 276, 292; Dublin 273; people 276; songs 290
ironies: 113
irony: 265
Irving, Washington: 177-181; as gentleman 180; as observer 180; writing style 178-179 works by: Western Journals of .........177
Italy: 262, 264, 267; Rome 262
Jackson (MS) High School: 239
Jackson, Andrew: 189
James, Henry: 116, 192, 199, 242, 245; The Turn of the Screw 192
James, M.R: 126
Jericho: 30
Jewett, Sarah Orne: 48-49
Joilet, Louis: 184-185
journey: 114
Joyce, James: 130, 245
Judge (magazine): 239
Kansas: 178
Kilroy: 129
King's College, Cambridge: 227
Kress's: 283-284
labyrinth: 121
Lafayette, Marquis de: 183, 189
landscape: 110, 118
LaSalle, Sieur de: 185
Lawrence, D.H.: 99, 245; atmosphere in 89; characters in 97-98; inner world 103; place in 97; plot in 94-99; senses .........97-98; sex 97; unconscious in 99 works by: "The Fox" 95-99
Lawrence, T. E.: 228
Lear, Edward: 119, 192; Jumblies 192
Lee, Vernon: 200
Lehmann, John: 275; Orion II 275
Lewis, Meriwether: 187
Lewis, Wyndham: 244-245
librarian: 281
libraries: 280, 284
lie: 119
Limerick Cathedral: 276
Lincoln, Abraham: 189
literary criticism: 191
Littlejohn, Mrs.: 127
Liverpool: 286
locus: 129
Locus operande: 126
Loess, China: 288
London: 22, 245
London Times: 194
love: 108, 114, 123, 205
lover: 131
Lowell, Robert: 247
Luxembourg Gardens: 217
lyric: 125
lyrical: 108
Lyttleton, Bishop Arthur: 198
M'Toy, Ida: 336-348; African heritage 336; beginnings in Jackson 338, 339; behavior with aging 348; brothers of 343; .........career as clothes dealer 336, 337, 340-341, 343, 344; career as midwife 336-339, 343; career as practical nurse .........338, 339; description of home/business 340-341; disability 338, 340; first husband 343; grandchild (William) 341; .........in Welty's photographs 352; manner of speech 338; mother of 343, 346-47; outlook on life 345; pastimes .........345-346; physical appearance of 337; recollections of early Jackson, MS of 338-340; relationships with whites .........337, 338, 348; second husband (Braddie M'Toy) 339-340, 343; son (Julius Knight) 343
Macauley, Zachary: 222
MacDonald, Jeanette: 235
Macdonald, Ross: 251-260; characters 259-260; metaphor 259; prose style 259; works by: The Chill 252; The Galton Case 252; The Underground Man 251-260
Madame Bovary: 124
Magic Mountain, The (Mann): 122
Mansfield, Katherine: 32, 87, 130, 191, 195 works by: "At the Bay" 32; "Miss Brill" 87
map: 109, 121, 123
Marquette, Pere: 184-85
Marsh of Louisiana: 290
Martindale, Elsie: 242, 243
Marx, Groucho: 238
Mason, Samuel: 180; and gang 180
McDermott, John Francis: 177-281
memory: 123
Mercury: 121
metaphors: 259
Mexico: 33, 35
Middle West: 111
Minstrel show: 290
mirror: 283
Mississippi: 123, 126, 127; in Faulkner 104, 126, 127; Oxford 213
Mississippi bluffs: 288
Mississippi River country: 286
Missouri: 178
Mizener, Arthur: 241-250; as critic 246; lack of feeling 247, 248; parallels between characters and people 246-247; .........prose style of 244; The Saddest Story: A Biography of Ford Madox Ford 241-250
Monet: 29
mood: 114, 120, 128, 239
More, Hannah: 223
Mormons: 185
Morrell, Lady Ottoline: 194
Mullen, Phil: 218
Murry, John Middleton: "The Critic in Judgment" 195
mysteries: 251-252
mysterious: 114
mystery: 114, 118, 119, 151, 293, 335; in fiction 210
mystical: 114
Napoleon: 225, 226
narrative: content 118; first person 258; storytellers in 262, 263; style 259
Natchez Trace: 286-287; in 1806 290; origin of 293; physical description of 294
Native Americans: 178, 179, 180, 183; Algonquins 183; beliefs of 183; Creeks 180; place-names 187, 188
nativity play: 275-276
nature: 108, 109
Nebraska: 42
New Orleans (LA): 110, 213
New York: 178, 213
New York Herald Tribune: 190
New Yorker: 178, 181
New Zealand Stories: 130
Nicholson, Nigel: 193, 197
Nobel Prize: 218
noon sun: 293
North Star: 33, 38
Norton, W. W. and Company: 233
Nutt, Dr.: 292
O'Faolain, Sean: 125
Ober, Harold: 214, 215
Odets, Clifford: "Waiting for Santy" 236
Oedipus: 252
Oklahoma: 178
Old Natchez Trace: 286-287
One Time, One Place (Welty): effect of black-white relations on photographs 352-353; effect of Welty's family .........background and educational experiences on photographs 353; comparison of photography and story-writing .........354-355; Great Depression in Mississippi 349-350; Great Depression in New York 350; impact of developed .........photos on Welty 353-354; photographic portrayal of Bird Pageant 351-352; photographic portrayal of Holiness .........Church 351; portraits 352; role of camera in Welty's experience 353; Welty as WPA publicity agent and .........photographer 349-355; Welty's camera equipment 350; Welty's outlook on human experience 344-345
Orion II: 275
Oxford (MS): 213
Oxford Eagle: 218
Paris: 213
parody: 236, 238, 339-340
Parsons, Louella: 236
passion, passionate, passionately: 106, 109, 123, 125, 131, 132, 148, 150, 154, 155, 156, 157, 299
past: in fiction 253
Peacock, Thomas Love: 191
Penn, William: 189
Perelman, S. J.: 235-240; characters 237; parody 236, 238-240; satire 237 works by: "Acres and Pains" 238; Baby, .........It's Cold Inside 235, 239-240; "Caution: Soft Prose Ahead" 236; "Farewell, My Lovely Appetizer" 236; ........."Genuflection in the Sun" 236; Judge 239; The Most of S. J. Perelman 235-40; "Nesselrode to Jeopardy" 236; ........."Nirvana Small by Waterfalls" 236; "Strictly from Hunger" 236; "Waiting for Santy" 236; "Westward, Ha!" 238
Petit Gulf: 292
Pitt, William: 222
pity: 108
place: 108, 112, 113, 116-134, 286
place-names: 182-189
Plomer, William: 228
plot: 87-90, 94-99, 255, 275; symbolic 97
Poems by Another Little Girl: 282
poetry: 123, 124
Port Gibson (MS): 287
Porter, Katherine Anne: 30-40; characterization 31-32, 35-36; imagery 32; moral judgment 38; presence of time 37-38; .........romantic vs. anti-romantic sentiments in her stories 35-36; themes 33; visibility and invisibility of her fiction .........31-32; writing style 39 works by: "The Downward Path to Wisdom" 34; "Flowering Judas" 37-38; "Noon Wine" .........31; "Old Mortality" 30, 35, 37; "Pale Horse, Pale Rider" 37
postmen: 287
Pound, Ezra: 245
Pre-Raphaelites: 241, 245
priests: 183, 185, 187;
John Prester 130
printed page: 282-283
prophesying: 127
Proust, Marcel: 274-275; in "Bergotte" 274-275
Puritan: place-names 186
"The Purple Jar" (Maria Edgeworth): 280
Quennell, Peter: 274
Ratliff: 127
reading: as a child 279-285; finishing 280; pleasure of 281
recitations: of "Lochinvar," "Alexander's Feast," "Cato's Soliloquy of the Soul," and "Clarence's Dream" 290
regional: 116
relationship: 114
relatives: (Welty's) father 283; grandfather 283; great-aunt in Virginia 281; mother 279, 283
religion: 222
Restoration or Elizabethan comedy or tragedy: 290
reviews, book: 177-276; by Eudora Welty 177-276; by Virginia Woolf 190-92
revolt: 131
rivers: place-names 188
Robin Hood: 180
Rodney: 293
Rodney Road: 290
Rodney's Landing: 287, 289, 291-293
romantic: 125
Rouen: 124
Ruins of Windsor: 288
Ruskin, John: 275
safety: 130
Saint-Loup: 275
Santo Domingo: 294
satire: 126, 237
Saturday Evening Post: 214, 215
Scotland: 183
sculpture: 118
seasons: 281, 287
series books: 280-285; titles The Green Fairy Book 280; The Little Colonel 280; The Lucky Stone (Farwell Brown) 282; .........The Wizard of Oz (L. Frank Baum) 280
setting: 120, 129
Seven Wonders of the World: 119
shadow: 112
Shakespeare: 290; Macbeth 130; Romeo and Juliet 290
Sicily: 264, 267
sight: 119, 126 (see also eyes)
slang: 183
Smith, Harrison: 214
Smith, John: 189
Smith, Logan Pearsall: 199
snakes: 289
southerner: 111
Spain: 122
Spanish: 184; explorers 184, 185, 187; place-names 185, 188
spirit: 130
spiritual: 131
St. Nicholas: 281-282
Stallybrass, Oliver: 227, 228, 233
Stephen, Dorothy: 199
Stephen, Thoby: 197
Sterne, Laurence: 191
Stewart, George R.: 182-189; Names on the Land 182-189; Storm 182
Stockholm: 213
strange: 128
stranger: 111-113, 130
Strachey, Lytton: 191, 193, 196, 200, 228; Eminent Victorians 200
structure: 131
style: 114, 124
subject: 117, 118
subjective: 111
substitute: 131
Summers, Jill Faulkner: 212-213
Sussex: 193
Swann's Way (Marcel Proust): 122
Swift, Jonathan: 126
Sydney-Turner, Saxon: 197
symbol: 189
symbolism: 105, 123
sympathy: 113
Tales from Maria Edgeworth: 280, 285
Tennessee: 287
territory: 112
terror: 108
Texas: 31, 33, 127, 185, 188
texture: 117, 124
theatre troupes: 290
theme: 117, 129
Thompson, George H.: 233
Thornton, Marianne: 221-226
Thyme, Beatrice: 199
time: in fiction 117, 163-173, 209, 253, 254, 257
Tolstoy, Leo: 245
tragedy: 127
Trautman, Joanne: 193
Tristram Shandy: 121
trust: 205
truth: 106, 118
Turgenev, Ivan Sergeyevich: 44, 249; "Behzin Meadow" 44
Twain, Mark: 285, 288
understanding: 122, 131
United States: 186, 249
V. V.'s Eyes (Henry Sydnor Harrison): 281
Vicksburg (MS): 286, 288, 289
Virginia: 41, 213
vision: 122, 128, 129 (also see eyes and sight)
Vogue: 237
Walpole, Hugh: 201
War Between the States: 288, 289
Washington, George: 189
Wasson, Ben: 213
wedding guest: 118
Wells, H. G.: 201, 245
Welty, Eudora: in Ireland 276; as reader 250, 276, 279-281; reviews by 177-276; youth 238-239, 279-285, 321-325, .........326-335 works by: "No Place for You, My Love" 110-114; The Robber Bridegroom 300-314; "A Worn Path" .........158-162
West: 177, 179, 180, 185; Bean's Rangers 178; exploration of 187; romantic view of 181
Whichelo, Alice Clara: 224
White, E. B.: 203-206; Charlotte's Web 203-206; characterization in 203-205
White, Patrick: 264-268 works by: The Cockatoos 264-268; "The Cockatoos" 267-268; "Five-Twenty" 266; "The Full .........Belly" 265-266; "The Night the Prowler" 266-267; "Sicilian Vespers" 267
Wilberforce, William: 222, 223
Wilbur, Richard: 113
Williams, Joan: 218, 219
willow trees: 289
Wolfe, Thomas: 216
Woolf, Leonard: 190, 193, 197, 198; honeymoon 193 works by: Beginning Again 194; "Prelude" 195; "Three Jews" .........195
Woolf, Virginia: 39, 97-98, 190-192, 193-202; on aristocracy 199; Asheham home 193, 195; barrenness 200; childhood .........198; death 190; diaries 201; drowning 202; Emma Vaughn (cousin) 195; family deaths 193; German prisoners .........195; Hogarth Press 194; honeymoon 193; illness 197, 200; insanity 194; intimacy 197; marriage 197; novel .........writing 192; printing press 194, 195; recovery 200-201; relationship with L. Strachey 200; relationship with L. .........Woolf 197, 200; reviews 190-191; self-consciousness 200; senses 97-98; sex 98; soul 201 works by: The .........Common Reader 190, 191; Granite and Rainbow 190-192; Jacob's Room 193; "Kew Gardens" 195; Letters .........Volume II 193-202; "The Mark on the Wall" 195; Mrs. Dalloway's Party 198; To the Lighthouse 192, 198; The .........Voyage Out 194; The Waves 191, 197
World War I: 195; air raids 195; conscientious objectors 195; rations 195
World War II: 265
writer(s): 106, 107, 110, 120
Wuthering Heights (Bronte): 118, 123
Yankee, place-names: 186
Yeats, W. B.: 34, 245
Yoknapatawpha County: 126, 207
Yorkshire: 123
Yorkshire Moors: 118
Young, John: 189
Youngstown, Ohio: 189