Website On Religion - Topic: O'Connor, Flannery, 1925-1964 - 12 results
"The purposes of the Foundation are to encourage scholarship, criticism, and study of O’Connor’s literary achievements and to facilitate and coordinate ways in which scholars, critics, teachers, students, and general readers may learn from one another in their examination of the author’s body of work. The Foundation fulfills this mission by providing public access to the Andalusia property, where O’Connor lived and worked, and by cooperating with other institutions that provide access to O’Connor papers, artwork, and memorabilia."
Maintained by Paul Reuben.
An essay by Patrick Galloway.
This site, from Georgia College & State University, is the best place to begin O'Connor research on the Internet. It contains many different biographical and bibliographical notes about O'Connor, links to other sites, and descriptions of the Collection's holdings of O'Connor's personal library and papers.
An article by Sarah Gordon in the New Georgia Encyclopedia.