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"A Good Man Is Hard to Find" (Women Writers : Text and Contexts)

by Flannery O'Connor

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A Good Man Is Hard to Find is Flannery O'Connor's most famous and most discussed story.  O'Connor herself singled it out by making it the title piece of her first collection and the story she most often chose for readings or talks to students.  It is an unforgettable tale, both riveting and comic, of the confrontation of a family with violence and sudden death.  More than anything else O'Connor ever wrote, this story mixes the comedy, violence, and religious concerns that characterize her fiction. 

This casebook for the story includes an introduction by the editor, a chronology of the author's life, the authoritative text of the story itself, comments and letters by O'Connor about the story, critical essays, and a bibliography. The critical essays span more than twenty years of commentary and suggest several approaches to the storyÐÐformalistic, thematic, deconstructionistÐÐ ­­all within the grasp of the undergraduate, while the introduction also points interested students toward still other resources. Useful for both beginning and advanced students, this casebook provides an in-depth introduction to one of America's most gifted modern writers. 

The contributors are Michael O. Bellamy, Hallman B. Bryant, William S.  Doxey,  J. Peter Dyson, Madison Jones, W. S. Marks, III, Carter Martin, William J. Scheick, Mary Jane Schenck,  and J. O. Tate. 

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Presents a chronology of the life of author Flannery O'Conner, comments and letters by the author about the story, and a series of ten critical essays by noted authors about her work.

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