The Habit of Being: Letters - Chapter 4, Part II Continued pgs 151 -200 Summary & Analysis

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These begin on page 150 in the text used to derive the summary. In the first letter she starts off writing about her own fiction characters and plot-related information. She follows that with brief descriptions of the reviews that she has been writing and references to Catholic writings. Her Celtic British origins show when she refers to St. Patrick's Day parades. Common in Ireland and in America, these are almost unheard in Southern England. There is a note to JF Powers that went with the submission of a review with a bizarre comment about a cat she dislikes so much that she wants it to be run over. Next she thanks Denver Lindley for advising her against having her work published in Russian territory during the 1950s. She describes her current novel as Jungian rather than...

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