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United States writer (1925-1964)

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One of his last surviving friends--also my friend, Eldon "Buck" Buckner--is a serious O'Connor disciple and a rifle authority in his own right.
In the same vein as O'Connor deplores in Mystery and Manners the flood of bad fiction "for which the religious impulse has been responsible" (quoted in Cofer, 3), Cofer is concerned with "avoiding a monologic reading of O'Connor's work" (1), which would result in a formulaic and reductive interpretation.
In fact, it's at times difficult when reading Reese's poetry collection The Book of Hulga--which investigates a fictional character, Hulga, who was mentioned in one of O'Connor's letters to her friend Betty Hester, but whom O'Connor never fully fleshed out in print--to not see the collection as Reese's personal tribute to O'Connor.
O'Connor, who entered his senior season with 89 total points, reached the 100th career point milestone during a 7-4 victory over Minnechaug in the Grafton Holiday Tournament at Buffone Arena.
As a biblical scholar by profession, Michaels approaches O'Connor as one of her many fans, though one with a history of teaching O'Connor at seminaries, sometimes co-teaching her alongside a Rabbi or a literature professor, or learning about her at a conference at a Benedictine monastery--somehow I think O'Connor would have appreciated the variety of settings.
Although Flannery O'Connor has often been featured in the pages of Renascence, there has not been a special issue devoted to her works before now.
The Southern author, Flannery O'Connor, who attended progressive schools on both the secondary and collegiate levels in Milledgeville, Georgia, is one such individual.
Flannery: A Life of Flannery O'Connor, by Brad Gooch (New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2009)
TO GET to the top of any sport is a major achievement, but what Derek O'Connor has achieved within Irish point-topointing few could equal in any other amateur arena, in terms of dominance, dedication, talent, drive and professionalism.
In the edited volume Inside the Church of Flannery O'Connor, ten experts reexamine the person and the fiction of O'Connor by scrutinizing her supposed "journey to literary sainthood," if not Catholic sainthood (1).
PATRICK O'CONNOR was in top form in the North East Athletics League at Monkton Stadium, writes Andy Ward.
CONNACHT have received a huge boost with flanker Johnny O'Connor returning to the province after four years with Wasps.
TV veteran Des O'Connor is the new host of quiz show Countdown, Channel 4 announced yesterday.
When he was 7 years old, future choreographer Tere O'Connor donned a white V-neck tennis sweater, a pair of very short shorts, and his father's trout fishing boots and sashayed down the street of his blue-collar neighborhood in Webster, New York.
Wood, Professor of Theology and Literature at Baylor University, has in the past 40 years joined the ranks of Flannery O'Connor scholars who perceive her works as a reflection of her religious faith and Southern environment.