Mystery and Manners; Occasional Prose Character Descriptions

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Flannery O'Connor

This person wrote novels, stories, and essays about good and evil and the hope of redemption in a writing style called the grotesque.

Southern Writers

These people are very common in a certain region of America, whether talented or not. A true one must utilize both manners and mystery in order to write regional work worthy of discerning readers.


This type of person is a member of a church based on the foundation that it is the continuation of Jesus Christ's ministry as handed down to Peter and the apostles. These people practice the administration of sacraments in memory of Christ and in the hope of eternal life.


These people believe in Jesus Christ and follow his teachings which are represented in the religions of Catholicism, Protestantism, Orthodoxy, and Nontrinitarian.

Mrs. O'Connor

This person does not like the peacocks because they eat the flowers...

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