Flannery was a fascinating southern gothic writer--so original. She was a wonderful writer.Published 1 month ago by Alice Joan Miller
Bought this as a used book, but it looks like it was never opened; even the little ribbon place-keeper was perfectly positioned in the center of the book and had no twists or... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Grandma H.
I often heard the name of Flannery O'Connor when I was in college forty years ago, but I never got the chance to read her. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joseph R. Offer
I buy its editions for all of my favorite authors. Best notes, chronologies, indices. Archival paper. Printed and produced to endure for the ages. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Margaret Langstaff
I love Flannery. Not that I believe in political correctness, but I just wish she could have hung around a little longer to experience the civil rights movement.Published 6 months ago by Kristin Ohman
This book is Flannery O'Connor in whole. There is Wise Blood, the stories, the letters, the essays. With a sure pen, O'Connor depicts the religious outlook she claims is from the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Shirley Sikes, author of SUNS GO DOWN, O. Henry Winner, author of 35 published stories and essays
Shelf any misgivings on her viewpoints. O'Connor's greatest gift is in building a compelling and interesting character that's entertaining even though we may never truly admire the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by JBooks
This was a gift to a graduate student of literature, and he loved it!
In fact his thank you letter to me was a paean to the wonderful