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These ten essays reflect the broadening critical approaches to Flannery O'Connor's work over the past decade. They offer insights into previously ignored issues, and include consideration of her early stories, her canonical status, and the phenomenon of doubling.
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These ten essays, seven of which are previously unpublished, reflected the broadening of critical approaches to Flannery O'Connor's work over the past decade. The essays offer both new directions for, and new insights into, reading O'Connor's fiction.About the Author:
Sura P. Rath is a professor of English, and department chair, at Louisiana State University, Shreveport. Mary Neff Shaw is an assistant professor of English at Louisiana State University, Shreveport.
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Book Description University of Georgia Press. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Ex-Library copy with typical library marks and stamps. Dust jacket missing. Shelf and handling wear to cover and binding, with general signs of previous use. Dusky rose cloth covers with black text at spine. Light sunning at spine. Binding is tight. Pages are clean and intact. A collection of critical essays examining the work of literary giant Flannery O'Connor. Secure packaging for safe delivery. Seller Inventory # 716955583
Book Description University of Georgia Press, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Hardcover, xiv + 225pp, index, NOT ex-library. Missing the dust jacket. A small indentation with creasing to lower outer corner of a portion of leaves (pp. 49-74), a hint of creasing to lower outer corner of pp. 75-114. A tiny indentation to lower edge of pp. v-6. Interior is clean, untanned, with unmarked text and good secure binding. Faint, hardly noticeable age-spots affecting side outer page edges; minor storage marks to other edges. Limited gentle scuffing to board edges. --- Fast priority airmail from Ireland. --- These ten essays reflect the broadening critical approaches to Flannery O'Connor's work over the past decade. They offer insights into previously ignored issues, and include consideration of her early stories, her canonical status, and the phenomenon of doubling. -- Contents: Introduction / Sura P. Rath; Marketing Flannery O'Connor: Institutional Politics and Literary Evaluation / Sarah J. Fodor; Women, Language, and the Grotesque in Flannery O'Connor and Eudora Welty / Jeanne Campbell Reesman; Gender Dialogue in O'Connor / Marshall Bruce Gentry; Displacing Gender: Flannery O'Connor's View from the Woods / Richard Giannone; "The Crop": Limitation, Restraint, and Possibility / Sarah Gordon; Apocalypse of Self, Resurrection of the Double: Flannery O'Connor's The Violent Bear It Away / Suzanne Morrow Paulson; "The Artificial Nigger": A Dialogical Narrative / Mary Neff Shaw; Exhortation in Wise Blood: Rhetorical Theory as an Approach to Flannery O'Connor / Laura B. Kennelly; Asceticism and the Imaginative Vision of Flannery O'Connor / Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr.; Flannery O'Connor and the Aesthetics of Torture / Patricia Yaeger. Seller Inventory # 002737