This study explores the dualities that inform the entire body
of Flannery O'Connor's fiction. From the almost unredeemable world
of Wise Blood to the climactic moments of revelation that
infuse The Violent Bear It Away and Everything That
Rises Must Converge, O'Connor's novels and stories wrestle
with extremes of faith and reason, acceptance and revolt; they arch
between cool narrative and explosive action, between a sacramental
vision and a primary intuition of reality.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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