Flannery O'Connor


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United States writer (1925-1964)

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Though a practicing Catholic and "no vague believer" (O'Connor Collected Works 804), Flannery O'Connor took seriously the existentialist's encounter with the emptiness of existence: "if you live today you breathe in nihilism.
Brinkmeyer's The Art and Vision of Flannery O'Connor (Baton Rouge, LA: LSU P, 1993); Richard Giannone's Flannery O'Connor and the Mystery of Love (Bronx, NY: Fordham UP, 1999]; and Susan Srigley's Flannery O'Connor's Sacramental Art (Notre Dame, IN: U of Notre Dame P, 2004) hardly scratch the surface of single-author titles addressing the role of O'Connor's faith in her fiction.
The one by Flannery O'Connor is first rate, I think, and the one we published this time last year from her is the best story I've seen in years, if I'm not mistaken.
At the age of 23, Flannery O'Connor rewrote her first book Wise Blood longhand in a hospital bed.
In the traditions of Toni Morrison and Flannery O'Connor, Raymond Barfield presents a gorgeous and dismaying human tapestry from the edges of Southern society.
When I (Jessica) was in graduate school, a professor at another university advised me not to write my dissertation on Flannery O'Connor.
YEARS BEFORE HER NOVELS AND SHORT STORIES EARNED HER RECOGNITION AS ONE OF MIDCENTURY AMERICA'S GREATEST WRITERS, FLANNERY O'CONNOR POURED HER FAITH-AND DOUBTS--INTO ONE SLIM NOTEBOOK.
Perspective suggests furthermore that this is another in a line of extraordinary volumes by Flannery O'Connor (1925-64) that were created by editors who, in one way or another, synthesized various materials.
6) Thus, in Flannery O'Connor and the Christ-Haunted South, Ralph Wood argues that even if O'Connor's narrators always use the "dignity-granting" word "Negro" (142) in opposition to the characters' preference for "nigger," her "frequent recourse to the demeaning term 'nigger' is troubling" because "Southern whites of her social class and Christian conviction did not regularly resort to the word" (99).
Bacevich makes a good case that the Republican Party should abandon ideological positions and support essentially paleoconservative ideas, from wherever they derive, whether William Appleman Williams or Flannery O'Connor.
La clave hermeneutica para el analisis de la breve pero sustanciosa obra literaria de la gran escritora norteamericana, la surena de Georgia, Flannery O'Connor, es el poderosisimo influjo biblico y teologico.
Between the House and the Chicken Yard: The Masks of Flannery O'Connor is an ongoing recommendation for any college-level holding strong in the works and analysis of Flannery O'Connor, offering an in-depth critical study of her spiritual, Southern and intellectual roots.
com, and features the following authors: James Baldwin, Flannery O'Connor, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, Ernest Hemingway, Vladimir Nabokov, Zora Neale Hurston, Kurt Vonnegut, Willa Cather, Edith Wharton, D.
The Southern author, Flannery O'Connor, who attended progressive schools on both the secondary and collegiate levels in Milledgeville, Georgia, is one such individual.