This Is The Original Cover Edition Of ISBN 0374515360 ISBN13 9780374515362Winner Of The National Book AwardThe Publication Of This Extraordinary Volume Firmly Established Flannery O Connor S Monumental Contribution To American Fiction There Are Thirty One Stories Here In All, Including Twelve That Do Not Appear In The Only Two Story Collections O Connor Put Together In Her Short Lifetime Everything That Rises Must Converge And A Good Man Is Hard To Find O Connor Published Her First Story, The Geranium, In 1946, While She Was Working On Her Master S Degree At The University Of Iowa Arranged Chronologically, This Collection Shows That Her Last Story, Judgement Day Sent To Her Publisher Shortly Before Her Death Is A Brilliantly Rewritten And Transfigured Version Of The Geranium Taken Together, These Stories Reveal A Lively, Penetrating Talent That Has Given Us Some Of The Most Powerful And Disturbing Fiction Of The Twentieth Century Also Included Is An Introduction By O Connor S Longtime Editor And Friend, Robert Giroux.Contents The Geranium The Barber Wildcat The Crop The Turkey The Train The Peeler The Heart Of The Park A Stoke Of Good Fortune Enoch And The Gorilla A Good Man Is Hard To Find A Late Encounter With The Enemy The Life You Save May Be Your Own The River A Circle In The Fire The Displaced Person A Temple Of The Holy Ghost The Artificial Nigger Good Country People You Can T Be Any Poorer Than Dead Greenleaf A View Of The Woods The Enduring Chill The Comforts Of Home Everything That Rises Must Converge The Partridge Festival The Lame Shall Enter First Why Do The Heathen Rage Revelation Parker S Back Judgement Day.
Flannery O Connor was born in Savannah, Georgia, in 1925 When she died at the age of thirty nine, America lost one of its most gifted writers at the height of her powers O Connor wrote two novels, Wise Blood 1952 and The Violent Bear It Away 1960 , and two story collections, A Good Man Is Hard to Find 1955 and Everything That Rises Must Converge 1964 Her Complete Stories, published posth
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