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Flannery O'Connor

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  • There's also gambling and drug addiction, inappropriate pat-downs, lucky crack pipes and relations with his impaired dad and stepmother, that recalled a Flannery O'Connor story or Rip Torn visiting his pill addicted mother in the brilliantly brave Payday.

    Kim Morgan: A Good Cop Is Hard To Find: The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

  • Still, we'd do well to recall Flannery O'Connor, who, instead of worrying about the death of the novel, fretted over whether "the one I'm working on is dead" and even embraced technology, as it was, preferring the typewriter to the pen because it allowed for more expression; on it, you use ten, not three, fingers to write.

    The American Spectator

  • Still, we'd do well to recall Flannery O'Connor, who, instead of worrying about the death of the novel, fretted over whether "the one I'm working on is dead" and even embraced technology, as it was, preferring the typewriter to the pen because it allowed for more expression; on it, you use ten, not three, fingers to write.

    The American Spectator

  • [2] In 2008, the M.dern Language Association catalogued 1,340 entries under "Flannery O'Connor," including 195 doctoral dissertations and several book-length studies in addition to such meritorious earlier books as Conversations withFlannery O'Connor, edited by Rosemary M. M.gee (University Press of M.ssissippi, 1987); The Art and Vision of Flannery O'Connor, by Robert H. Brinkmeyer Jr.

    The Parables of Flannery O'Connor

  • She's got an interesting style: kind of Flannery O'Connor crossed with Ray Bradbury.

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  • She's got an interesting style: kind of Flannery O'Connor crossed with Ray Bradbury.

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  • Some may argue it is unfair to judge the difference between short and long fiction by examining an author such as Flannery O'Connor who is acclaimed for her stories and not her novels.

    The Harvard Crimson | All Articles

  • In 2008, the Modern Language Association catalogued 1,340 entries under "Flannery O'Connor," including 195 doctoral dissertations and several book-length studies in addition to such meritorious earlier books as

    The New York Review of Books

  • In 2008, the Modern Language Association catalogued 1,340 entries under "Flannery O'Connor," including 195 doctoral dissertations and several book-length studies in addition to such meritorious earlier books as

    The New York Review of Books

  • Veering off the meandering trail blazed by Southern Gothic stylists such as Flannery O'Connor,

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  • attended Iowa Writers' Workshop

    December 24, 2010