Even some religious interpretations, though considering prophecy viable, still find in Tarwatera#39;s inability to refuse the suggestion that he ... regarding the meaning of life and of her work have concerned her critics far more than is usual in modern interpretation. ... In his close reading of aquot;A Good Man Is Hard to Findaquot; Richard sketches aquot;une veritable geographie du desiraquot; (p. 61). The grandmother wants to go to Tennessee, not Florida, since Tennessee represents for her the acme of moral, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Critical essays on Flannery O'Connor|
|Author||:||Melvin J. Friedman, Beverly Lyon Clark|
|Publisher||:||G K Hall - 1985|