Mystery and Manners; Occasional Prose Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What does O'Connor say has, for all its horror, been found by God to be worth dying for? (from The Church and the Fiction Writer and Novelist and Believer)

2.

What writer does O'Connor say is an exception to the fact that Southern writers are not successfully cosmopolitan in fiction? (from Catholic Novelists and Their Readers and The Catholic Novelist in the Protestant South)

3.

Who said his aim as an artist was to render the highest possible justice to the visible universe? (from The Church and the Fiction Writer and Novelist and Believer)

4.

O'Connor presented materials from "The Church and the Fiction Writer" during a talk at what college? (from The Church and the Fiction Writer and Novelist and Believer)

5.

Who called art "reason in making"? (from The Nature and Aim of Fiction, Writing Short Stories and On Her Own Work)

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