Literary Resource Web Page
on Flannery O’Conner
Laura Goldsmith, a
college student at the
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Owned and operated by Microsoft Corporation in partner with Encarta. This site is a small overview of Flannery O’Conner’s life. It mentions a few of the diff erent stories that she has written. It has been an active site from 1993 to 2002 and is very easy to follow.
bright and no annoying pop-ups this site provides a list of frequently asked
questions about Flannery O’Conner and the answers to them. The site is maintained by email@example.com
and was last modified on
is also part of the official site for Flannery O’Conner, but these page talks
about her life at Georgia State College.
Giving a lot of information and providing pictures of O’Conner active in
her school activities. The site is
maintained by firstname.lastname@example.org and was last modified on
Now if all you want if information, so much information that it might be too much, this is your site. Made in 2000 this site includes information on Flannery O’Conner’s life and writings. When talking about her writings the author includes quotes from the stories. The author is not given, so you’re not able to give credit where credit is due. This site is very plain with no color.
This site provides no author, or date that it was made, but I found that this was the most colorful and fun site I found. Lots of cartoon pictures and different fonts used to catch the reader’s eye. The site talks about 5 of Flannery O’Conner’s amazing stories and at the end of the analysis of the story the reader is given questions that they might want to answer on their own.
Collier page was made in 1995 and was last modified on
In 1997, Hogan’s Alley and The Go Graphics Group Inc. developed a page that provided information about the love of drawing that Flannery O’Conner contained in her. The site is not very eye catching, plain white background, but contains a large picture of her and loads of information.
This site is owned and operated by Little Blue Light, but
Evan Goodman did the writing. This was pulled from the
Linked of Brian Collier’s page, Stephen Sparrow did an
analysis on the story Parkers Back. The
site was made on
This had to be the worst site I found, no owner was given, no modified date or even the day it was made. There were strange pictures at the bottom of the page that had nothing to do with the story. The only good thing that was on this site was links for excerpts, research briefs and literary analysis of the story.
This site gives you links for four different pieces of work that Flannery O’Conner has written. That includes The Lame Shall Enter First, Revelation, Good Country People and Everything that Rises must Converge. Each link includes information on the story, the publisher and the publishing date. The site was last updated on October 2002, and is owned and operated by Literature, Arts and Medicine Database, 47th edition.
page contains more information than awards and honors, so you have to look for
the list. The list is not hard to find
its going to be right in the middle of the wording. This list is very informative and even gives
the dates of when the awards were given.
This page is off the original Flannery O’Conner site. Bill McGloughlin last updated this site on
In 1995, Brian Collier started a page on Flannery O’Conner. This site is a link off the must read site. Here you can get online essays on many of the different stories that Flannery O’Conner. Many of the essays analysis the questions that are being asked in her stories, like religion.
is another part of Brian Collier’s web page.
Made in 1995 and modified on
site is only for a particular essay on Good Country People. The site has been active from 2000-2002,
owned and operated by AcaDemon.com and was last modified on
Here at this site you can pick up essays on almost an author you may need. The site is owed and operated by NetEssays.net and has been active from 1999-2002. The site is set up very easy to follow and has the titles of the essays in alphabetical order. You may have to register to get the free essays, but remember that you get what you pay for, and these are free.
The Nomad group owns this site, but it is a woman named Linda McGovern that writes about her journey to find out about Flannery O’Conner. She goes to all the places that O’Conner was in her life: her childhood home, her colleges, and even her gravesite. The page is set up to read like an essay being very informative, clear and easy to read. The site also has been active from 1998 to 2002.
P. Mitchell made this site in 1995. He
last modified the site on
McGloughlin last updated this link on
This literary resource page was developed by Laura
Goldsmith as a requirement for English 1020-20099 Composition and Literature at