Flannery O'Connor


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Noun1.Flannery O'Connor - United States writer (1925-1964)
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Walker also wrote juvenile literature and critical essays on such women writers as Flannery O'Connor and Zora Neale Hurston.
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.
He reaches into both the histories and the texts of these authors to illustrate how the differing styles of Flannery O'Connor, Walker Percy, and Tim Gautreaux may be traced to their particular, varied, experiences of Catholicism in the American South.
About much of the fiction of her time, Flannery O'Connor wrote, "Alienation was once a diagnosis, but .
They cover America as a biblical nation and the Bible as an American book, the short story as an American genre, the greatest stories ever told, Flannery O'Connor, John Updike, Jamie Quatro, Steven Millhouse, Kirstin Valdez Quade, Tobias Wolff, Bernard Malamud, and Nathan Englander.
Evidence abounds that Flannery O'Connor meant for her fiction
Leave it to Flannery O'Connor to amuse readers by pumping a granny full of lead, then handing over her pet cat to the man behind the trigger.
For instance, Ralph Wood's Flannery O'Connor and the Christ-Haunted South (2004) analyses O'Connor's fiction in the light of Christian theology and Southern culture, while George A.
In the more than 50 years since her passing, Flannery O'Connor has become a literary icon.
Kathy Anderson was a finalist for the Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction, the New Rivers Press Many Voices Project, the Permafrost Book Prize, and the 2013 Autumn House Press Fiction Prize.
FOR SOME TIME NOW, FLANNERY O'CONNOR HAS BEEN ONE OF AMERICA'S iconic literary masters.