Mystery and Manners; Occasional Prose Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What does O'Connor say a writer needs but cannot get from a writing class? (from The Nature and Aim of Fiction, Writing Short Stories and On Her Own Work)

2.

What is the wife's name in a story that O'Connor recalls about a man who tells his wife that her birthmark shocks him? (from Introduction to A Memoir of Mary Ann)

3.

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)

4.

Which of O'Connor's works does she use to show examples of hidden themes and symbols? (from The Nature and Aim of Fiction, Writing Short Stories and On Her Own Work)

5.

What is the name of the little boy who O'Connor uses as an example of why bad children make interesting stories? (from Introduction to A Memoir of Mary Ann)

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