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The Habit of Being: Letters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7, Part 2 - Conclusion with Summary

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Chapter 7, Part 2 - Conclusion with Summary and Analysis

This final section of Part 2, which shows in the book with the Roman Numeral II, consists of eleven pages. During these there are letters to the following: 'A', Cecil Dawkins, Father McCown, Dr. T. R. Spivey, Caroline Gordon Tate, and Robert Lowell. The letter to Cecil on 8 November 1958 includes constructive criticism about one of his fiction stories. She encourages him that it is the best work by him that she has yet read and she points out the one problem she has with it. She thinks that having a main character fall prey to one of his own prejudices makes that same character less sympathetic to readers. In the second paragraph she is onto an entirely different topic that includes religious cultural difference and the problem of evil and of salvation. She claims that Southerners feel that...

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