I'm on a Flannery O'Connor kick.
"You can keep it, ". . .taking the bucket off the card table, "This ain't no cut-rate joint."
Chapter 3 WiseBlood Flannery O'Connor
The Trifecta Writing Challenge today is to choose 33 words or less from your favorite book or author. For a reader, is there any such thing. With Flannery O'Conner, you could use something from most pages.
Flannery O'Connor wrote Southern Gothic stories which did not appeal to me at first. I read the collection of her personal letters called "The Habit of Being" which helped me understand her writing immensely. Now I read and re-read her work. The prose is incredible.
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