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Flannery O'Connor : in celebration of genius

Author: Flannery O'Connor; Sarah Gordon
Publisher: Athens, Ga. : Hill Street Press, [©2000]
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"In this varied collection of commemorative essays, fiction, and poetry, some of today's most important writers pay tribute to the genius of Flannery O'Connor. The seventy-fifth anniversary of O'Connor's birth is the occasion for tributes from both those who called O'Connor a friend and those who have learned from her as students through the timelessness of her written word. The diversity and avidity of those who  Read more...
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Flannery O'Connor.
Athens, Ga. : Hill Street Press, [©2000]
(OCoLC)607467907
Named Person: Flannery O'Connor; Flannery O'Connor; Flannery O'Connor
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Flannery O'Connor; Sarah Gordon
ISBN: 1892514664 9781892514660
OCLC Number: 43474868
Description: xii, 123 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface / Sarah Gordon --
1. Remembering Flannery O'Connor / Miller Williams --
2. Dear Flannery / Nancy Mairs --
3. Teaching Flannery O'Connor / Robert Coles --
4. On Visiting Flannery O'Connor's Grave / Maxine Kumin --
5. Revelation / Lee Smith --
6. Confluence / Kellie Wells --
7. Vertigo / Fred Chappell --
8. Last Encounter with the Enemy / Greg Johnson.
Responsibility: edited by Sarah Gordon.

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"In this varied collection of commemorative essays, fiction, and poetry, some of today's most important writers pay tribute to the genius of Flannery O'Connor. The seventy-fifth anniversary of O'Connor's birth is the occasion for tributes from both those who called O'Connor a friend and those who have learned from her as students through the timelessness of her written word. The diversity and avidity of those who revere O'Connor as an artist is testimony to the genius of a woman whose continuing influence extends well beyond the insularity of her world and brevity of her life."--Jacket.

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