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Flannery O'Connor / Life & Works
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In 5 pages, the writer discusses Flannery O'Connor's life, her style, and her place in the literary world. Flannery O'Connor was born Mary Flannery O'Connor. O'Connor wrote a collection of short stories, 'A Good Man Is Hard to Find'. Her novels were 'Wise Blood' and 'The Violent Bear It Away'. Posthumously published were 'Mystery and Manners', a collection of essays and lectures, and 'Flannery O'Connor: The Complete Stories'. The latter included her most famous story, 'Everything That Rises Must Converge', which was awarded the National Book Award for fiction. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Flannery O'Connor /Theme And Symbolism
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5 pages in length. 'I suspect that most of you have been telling stories all your lives ' is the assumption Flannery O'Connor makes in her lecture entitled Writing Short Stories. For it is difficult for O'Connor to fathom that people perceive writing fiction as a chore, when it is something she achieves as though it were of no effort whatsoever. Her main points to writing good fiction involve the use of symbolism and theme, which the writer compares and contrasts between two of O'Connor's works: Good Country People and Everything that Rises Must Converge. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Flannery O'Connor/Comparing 3 Short Stories
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A 7 page research paper that examines three of Flannery O'Connor's short stories--"A Good Man Is Hard to Find," "Everything That Rises Must Converge," and "Good Country People." The writer argues that the underlying message for much of O'Connor's fiction is that while one may endeavor to avoid self-examination and the "deeper questions" of life, these issues are unavoidable and will inevitably have to be faced. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Stairs As Symbols in the Work Of Flannery O'Connor
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In any consideration of the writings of Flannery O'Connor, her faith and upbringing has an impact. This 10 page paper explores the idea that Ms. O'Connor, in her first published short story, The Geranium; Everything That Rises Must Converge and one of the very last written during her all too short life: Judgment Day, utilizes the imagery and symbolism of stairs. No additional sources are listed.
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Flannery O'Connor's 'A Good Man Is Hard To Find' / Evil And Christianity
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5 pages in length. On the surface, Flannery O'Connor's A Good Man is Hard to Find appears innocent enough in its content. But as the reader becomes more and more involved in the underpinnings that embody the story, it is quite clear there is a distinctive flavor of evil versus Christianity. In fact, it has been argued that the extent to which O'Connor utilizes the central theme of Christianity is a subtle plot to convert her readers, whom she envisioned as nonbelievers. By demonstrating to her audience all the good that comes from faith, along with all the bad that merely begets more evil, it was her intention to enlighten her readership down the right path. The writer analyzes the concepts of good and evil as they relate to the story. No other sources used.
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