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Flannery O'Connor

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Brittany Nicole

on 13 March 2014

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Transcript of Flannery O'Connor

O'Connor is seen here with her pet peacock she enjoyed playing with her pet birds. She was in an article concerning a chicken she taught to walk backwards. This chicken was her favorite and she often made cloths for her chicken.
This is what many people believe. to have started her Grotesque writing style. From the beginning she was considered different and creative in a scary way. She loved Edgar Allen Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and William Faulkner. She used the great american writers as her inspiration and a starting point for her writing career.
The Beginning
Works Cited

Bloom, Harold, ed. "O'Connor, Flannery."
Bloom's Literature. Facts On File, Inc. Web. 27 Feb. 2014

Kort, Carol. “O’Connor, Mary Flannery.” A to Z
of American Women Writers. New York: Facts on File, 2000. 159-161.Print.

Shurbutt, Sylvia Bailey. “Flannery O’Connor:
1925-1964.” American Writers. Ed. Jay
Parini.Vol.2. New York: Scribner’s, 2013. 219-237. Print.

She went to Georgia College
Went to Iowa writing workshop
lived in NY and Connecticut with friends
Judgment Day
Parker's Back
The Displaced Person
A Good Man Is Hard to Find
The Habit of Being
The Complete Stories
Wise Blood
Everything That Rises Must Converge

By: Brittany Guffey
Flannery O'Connor
Her Family
The loss of her father gave her emotions to write about.
Her friends and family took care of her and gave her
Made Her A Great Writer
Helped her stay in touch with the outside world when she could not travel.
Her Friends
Many of her ideas were influenced by her religion
She wrote for 2
hours every day

1947 Won Rinehart- Iowa Fiction Award

1952 received the Kenyon Review Fellowship in Fiction

1959 received the Ford Foundation Grant

1963 received an honorary degree from Smith College.

Flannery O'Connor: The Complete Stories

won National Book Award for fiction.

1979 won National Book Critics Circle Award

O'Connor was born on March 25, 1925 in Savannah
Georgia she lived in
Milledgeville Georgia.

O'Connor's Father died
when she was only
16 years old.
O'Connor's Mother took
care of her once she
developed Lupus and
could not walk.
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