Detroit, Michigan: Wayne State University Press, 1972. Hardcover. VG-/VG- clean and tight but art school ex-lib. with usual marks.. Red cloth/boards; gilt lettering. Orange dj with red cross and red/black lettering. 148 pp. with no illus. Based upon the aspects of how O'Connor's respect for her faith gave her writing a strange combination of myestery and manners but also provided her most important themes. Includes her preoccupations with original sin, grace, and freedom and subjects that are enormously complex. (Inventory #: 159475)
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