Mystery and Manners; Occasional Prose Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

O'Connor became frustrated because the writing students she addressed were looking for what? (from The Nature and Aim of Fiction, Writing Short Stories and On Her Own Work)

2.

While some call "A Good Man Is Hard to Find" grotesque, what does O'Connor call it? (from The Nature and Aim of Fiction, Writing Short Stories and On Her Own Work)

3.

At the beginning of "Total Effect and the Eighth Grade," how many instances does O'Connor mention parents objecting to their child's reading assignments? (from The Teaching of Literature and Total Effect and the Eighth Grade)

4.

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)

5.

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)

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