During these days of social distancing and quarantining, I am publishing a travel-related word search each week. I will do so every Wednesday until we find our new normal. Take your mind off COVID-19 news and download this free printable, travel-themed word search. This week’s theme: the Mississippi Writers Trail.
I hope you enjoy this printable for Word Search Wednesday. Today’s theme is opens in a new windowthe Mississippi Writers Trail.opens PDF file Why? I explored visited a stop on this relatively new trail last fall and because I’m a writer, I appreciated and connected with its previous, famous resident.
I opens in a new windowvisited Rowan Oak, William Faulkner’s home in Oxford, Miss. There are currently six destinations in Mississippi honoring Margaret Walker, Elizabeth Spencer, Tennessee Williams, Shelby Foote and Walker Percy, Faulkner, and Eudora Welty was the first to be honored.
This Week’s Printable Word Search
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Words You’ll Be Searching
The Mississippi Writers Trail celebrates amazing authors. Because of this, I feel it’s important to provide this key so you know why you’re looking for a particular word.
|Word Search Word||Reason|
|Antagonist||A character who opposes the protagonist in a work of fiction.|
|Bridegroom||The Robber Bridegroom by Eudora Welty.|
|Carrollton||Town with an Elizabeth Spencer marker.|
|Chapter||Essential in books!|
|Clarksdale||City with a Tennessee Williams marker.|
|Greenville||City with Shelby Foote and Walker Percy markers.|
|Jackson||City with Eudora Welty and Margaret Walker markers.|
|Jubilee||Novel by Margaret Walker.|
|Lancelot||Novel by Walker Percy.|
|Magnolia||“The Magnolia State” is Mississippi’s nickname.|
|Oxford||City with a William Faulkner market and home.|
|Piazza||The novella The Light in the Piazza by Elizabeth Spencer.|
|Rowan Oak||William Faulkner’s home in Oxford, Miss.|
|Shiloh||Novel by Shelby Foote.|
|Streetcar||A Streetcar Named Desire play by William Faulkner.|
|The Fable||Faulkner won the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction in 1955 with the Fable.|
Print Last Week’s Word Search About Scenic Drives to Inspire Your Next Road Trip
Did you miss last week’s word search featuring Scenic Drives in the U.S. to inspire your next road trip? opens in a new windowFind it here!opens PDF file
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