The Complete Stories of Flannery O'Connor Summary
Dudley is the aged father of a woman living in New York City who has moved him up from the South to live his last days with her in an apartment. He is homesick and has trouble adjusting to his new environment.
Rayber is a white, middle-aged man in a small town who tries to argue against racism in the local barbershop to no avail.
Gabriel is a blind Negro who is terrified when left alone in his small shack and thinks he hears a wildcat scratching at the wall, trying to get in to attack him.
Miss Willerton is a single lady living with two other spinsters and a gentleman, who fancies herself as a writer and escapes into the world of her imagination with her own created characters.
Ruller is a young man, desperate to have the admiration of...
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Flannery O'Connor Biographies (4)
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Flannery O'Connor (1925-1964) was a writer of short stories and novels in which comedy, grotesquerie, and violence were united with a profound moral and theological vision.Flannery O'Connor was born i...
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Biography EssayFlannery O'Connor's life is best summarized in Robert Fitzgerald's introduction to Everything That Rises Must Converge. As friend and literary executor, Fitzgerald writes of her with ...
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Flannery O'Connor 's life is best summarized in Robert Fitzgerald's introduction to Everything That Rises Must Converge . As friend and literary executor, Fitzgerald writes of her with candor and love...
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Although Flannery O'Connor completed only a relatively small corpus of fiction during her brief life -- two novels and thirty-one short stories between 1945 and her death at thirty-nine in 1964 -- h...