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Flannery O'Connor

Fragmented Lives of Incomplete Reckoning

FLANNERY O'CONNOR ON MAN'S EFFORTS AND ETERNITY

Edmund B. Miller

November 2019

Man’s efforts are lost if they are not embedded in and do not proceed from the eternal perspective, without which they remain fragmented impulses.

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What Would Flannery O'Connor Say?

A CATHOLIC RESPONSE TO SAME-SEX ATTRACTION

Anne M. Maloney

January-February 2017

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Tyranny of the Perverse Will

EVIL FOR EVIL'S SAKE

Mitchell Kalpakgian

April 2016

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The Catholic Dramatist in a Protestant Land

ALL THE CHURCH'S A STAGE

Kenneth Colston

December 2014

Macbeth, Lear, Othello, Hamlet, Falstaff, Henry IV — are these immortal portraits of sinful humanity not the very crucible of Shakespeare’s art?

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Flannery O'Connor & the Representation of Mystery

ENCOUNTERS WITH GOD

Tracy Jamison

June 2010

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From the Grotesque to Love

Anne Barbeau Gardiner

December 2006

A review of Flannery O'Connor's Sacramental Art

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The Liberal as Graceless Pharisee

Anne Barbeau Gardiner

January 2006

Review of Flannery O'Connor and the Christ-Haunted South

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Flannery O'Connor: And Her Own Received Her Not
November 2000

The Catholic bishop of Lafayette, Louisiana, has banned A Good Man Is Hard to Find

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The Incarnational Mind vs. the Captive Mind

VITAL WORKS RECONSIDERED, #13

Jean Bethke Elshtain

October 1992

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Exploring Catholicism

Guest Column

James Prothero

July-August 1990

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Affirming the Reality of the Spiritual

William D. Miller

December 1988

Review of Harvard Diary by Robert Coles

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New South, Old Religion

SUN-BELT PARADOXES & EXCESSES

James J. Thompson Jr.

June 1988

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Teaching and Learning, Strutting and Conniving

HARVARD DIARY

Robert Coles

March 1988

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Flannery O’Connor & the “Literary Temple”

A CHRIST WHO DISTURBS & TERRORIZES

Bruce L. Edwards Jr.

April 1984

Relentlessly exposing human pride, avarice, and weakness, O'Connor agreed with C.S. Lewis that all things that are not eternal are eternally out of date.

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