Tag Archives: Flannery O’Connor

Book Review: The Violent Bear It Away

The Violent Bear It Away:  A Novel, by Flannery O’Connor This particular book is a dark and chilling novel, one that portrays the life of the rural South as featuring a complex battle over spirituality in which someone is compelled … Continue reading

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Book Review: Everything That Rises Must Converge

Everything That Rises Must Converge, by Flannery O’Connor In reading these stories I am reminded that O’Connor was a vastly better author of short stories tan I have given her credit for.  Sometimes at least in my own mind I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mystery And Manners

Mystery And Manners:  Occasional Prose, by Flannery O’Connor Writers often like to talk and write about writing, partly so that they may better understand themselves and their craft and to better justify their status and perspective as writers.  And even … Continue reading

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