Objects & Places from Mystery and Manners; Occasional Prose

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Peacocks

These animals are recognized easily by their ostentatious tail feathers.

The O'Connor Family Farm

This is where the author's family lived and is located outside Milledgeville, Georgia.

Essay

This short work of writing typically provides the author's point of view on a stated subject.

Short Story

This fictional narrative is shorter and more concise than a novella or novel.

Novel

This is a long fictional narrative.

Grotesque

The fictional qualities of this style are counter to typical social patterns and lean toward those of the mysterious and unexpected.

Region

This is a geographical term for a specified area of land.

Anagogical Vision

This allows a writer to see various perspectives of one image or situation.

Memoir

This is a remembrance and a shortened version of a biography or autobiography.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Free Cancer Home

This place is in Atlanta, Georgia, and is the home...

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