That she is able to disguise this message in such a ribald comic package is quite an achievement.
These are stories which should rightfully jar us, and having done so, should lead us to reflect on the truths which they contain.
If you have read her before and want more, this is a great place to get a lot of O'Connor all in one book.
This book is a good Flannery "starter kit," containing three of her most well-known (and well-loved!) stories. It makes a great addition to any personal library!Published 9 months ago by syd
If you've never read any of Flannery O'Connor's works, "Three By Flannery O'Connor" is the best place to start. Read morePublished on December 21, 2010 by Fr. Charles Erlandson
Flannery O'Connor's characters suffer and suffer, but it's comedic because they die in the end. Her characters uniformly rage against God and organized religion, or else commit... Read morePublished on March 22, 2008 by Slokes