Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Flannery O'connor, the Writer Who Could Not Spell

"What first stuns the young writer emerging from college is that there is no clear-cut road for him to travel on. He must chop a path in the wilderness of his own soul; a disheartening process, lifelong and lonesome."-- Flannery O’Connor

She was either a renaissance woman or just an indecisive one. Before she settled into a life as a novelist and short story writer, Flannery O’Connor dabbled in journalism, cartoons, poetry and poultry. (Oddly enough, the last of those was arguably the passion that stuck with her the longest.)

-- Read more in Opening Lines

Place a hold on O'connor's Everything Rises Must Converge

Place a hold on O'connor's A Good Man is Hard to Find

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