Reflections on the Works of Flannery O'Connor

The 20th century American writer and daughter of the South Flannery O’Connor provides in her stories a rich and fertile source of material for Gil Bailie in his work exploring the connections between René Girard’s mimetic theory and the Gospel.

When she died, Thomas Merton said of Flannery O’Connor that, while other people were comparing her to Hemingway he thought she should be compared to Sophocles.

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