O'Connor's Short Stories
NoteseBook - 1986
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In CliffsNotes on O'Connor's Short Stories, you get to know eleven of Flannery O'Connor's thirty-two short stories. In them, she imbues her characters with such truth to life that they are thoroughly believable despite any outrageous behavior. This guide introduces you to the major themes of O'Connor's work and shows how her stories reflected her religious world view.
In this study guide, you'll find Life of the Author, O'Connor's View of Her Writing, Suggested Essay Questions, and Critical Commentaries on the following works:
- A Good Man Is Hard to Find
- The Life You Save May Be Your Own
- The Displaced Person
- Good Country People
- Everything that Rises Must Converge
- and more
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