Mystery and Manners; Occasional Prose Setting & Symbolism

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Peacocks

Peacocks are the male peafowl easily recognizable by their ostentatious tail feathers.

The O'Connor Family Farm

The O'Connor family lived on a farm located outside Milledgeville, Georgia.

Essay

An essay is a short work of writing which typically provides the author's point of view on a stated subject.

Short Story

A short story is a fictional narrative that is shorter and more concise than a novella or novel.

Novel

A novel is a long fictional narrative.

Grotesque

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

Region

A region is a geographical term for a specified area of land, i.e. the Southern region.

Anagogical Vision

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

Memoir

A memoir is a remembrance and a shortened version of a biography...

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