The Habit of Being: Letters - Introduction, Editorial Note and The North Summary & Analysis

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Introduction, Editorial Note and The North Summary and Analysis

Sally Fitzgerald provides an introduction. She knows the author personally. At the same time as providing a brief summary of her life, Fitzgerald also describes the delight and mystery that some of the letters contained in the book were written when Flannery was a young girl and had written them within the secrecy of her diaries. The writings in the book contain knowledge and awareness of her development as a writer, as a woman, and as a thinker. Part I: Up North and Getting Home, 1948 - 1952. Great appreciation is expressed during the Editorial Note to a number of people who have made this book possible and available to people. Many of these first epistles are quite brief.

Flannery's birthday is March 25, 1925. She was born in Savannah, Georgia and then moved to...

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