This is the name of the two-story white farmhouse that Flannery O'Connor and her mother live in during a large portion of the book.
This is the hometown of Flannery's mother and Flannery spent the second half of her childhood living there, before her father's early death.
Flannery O'Connor describes this region as her own, but also as significant in literature.
This is a writers' retreat located in Saratoga Springs, New York.
University of Iowa
Little is written of this place, other than it had the important role of being where Flannery O'Connor was able to pursue her Master's course after graduating from a women's college.
New York City
Flannery visits this city to attend meetings with her literary agent and to meet with publishers.
This Southwestern state of America is mentioned almost exclusively with reference to a writers conference.
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