The Habit of Being: Letters - Study Guide Book 1, The Habit of Being : Chapter 2, Part II - Day In and Day Out 1953 - 1958 pgs 50 - 100 Summary & Analysis

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The editor has added a highly beneficial note to precede this section of writing. She points out to readers that Flannery was a well liked young woman who did fit into the community where she lived. The other main points that are emphasized are the loneliness of the writer and the writing process and the reality that Flannery, like so many of the rest of us, likes and needs others. The tone of Flannery's writing is distinctive in these letters. She had made considerable headway; in one of the very first letters she writes that a publisher The Kenyon Review sent her $1,000.00. She writes the dollar amount in an elongated fashion. She writes...

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