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The Habit of Being: Letters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12, Part III - Conclusion with Summary

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Chapter 12, Part III - Conclusion with Summary and Analysis

There are seventy-nine letters in the remainder of Part III. It runs a little over above the norm at fifty-four pages, whereas the final section of Part 2 ran a little short. On Christmas day of 1963, Flannery writes to 'A' and admits that she is sick in bed. On the final day of 1963, she writes to Janet McKane where she reports that she is still ill, and that they are having an ice storm there in Georgia. Charlotte Gafford and Sister Mariella Gable are both sent letters during the end of 1963.

The author of these epistles has continued to express her personality in an intriguing way. In this regard, letters - as a form, do provide a special kind of prose through which people can express themselves. The main topics are writing, philosophy and theology, and...

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