Editorial de la Universidad de Jaén

Reading Flannery O'Connor in Spain

From Andalusia to Andalucía

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This collection, by an international group of scholars, places Flannery O’Connor’s work in dialogue with Spanish literature and literary aesthetics. The title is a play on the name of the family farm?named Andalusia? where O’Connor lived the last 16 years of her life. These essays connect O’Connor’s love of the Southern Gothic to Spain’s southern Baroque artistic heritage in Andalucía at the same time that offer helpful comparisons of O’Connor with other European writers that broaden the intellectual conversation about her work.

Escritor
Escritor
Colección
Estudios Literarios. Serie Estudios anglo-germánicos
Materia
LITERATURA: HISTORIA Y CRÍTICA
Idioma
  • Castellano
Editorial
UJA Editorial
EAN
9788491593133
ISBN
978-84-9159-313-3
Páginas
218
Ancho
15 cm
Alto
23 cm
Edición
1
Fecha publicación
06-07-2020
Número en la colección
1
Edición en papel
30,00 €Comprar en Tiendas

Sobre Beatríz Valverde Jiménez

  • Beatríz Valverde Jiménez
    Beatriz Valverde is an Assistant Professor at Universidad Loyola Andalucía, Spain. She holds a Doctorate in English Philology from Universidad de Jaén, Spain. In addition, she holds a MA in Spanish Literature from Loyola University Chicago. In both fields, English and Spanish Lit... Ver más sobre el autor

Sobre Mark Bosco SJ

  • Mark Bosco SJ
    Mark Bosco is Professorial Lecturer in English and an administrator at Georgetown University. His research focuses on literary aesthetics and the intersection of religion and art, especially the 20th century Catholic literary tradition. He is the author of Graham Greene’s Catholi... Ver más sobre el autor

Contenidos

Flannery O’Connor: Catholic and Quixotic

Mark Bosco, S.J. and Beatriz Valverde

Reaching the World from the South: the Territory of Flannery O’Connor

Guadalupe Arbona

Another of Her Disciples: The Literary Grotesque and its Catholic Manifestations in Wise Blood by Flannery O’Connor and La vida invisible by Juan Manuel de Prada

Anne-Marie Pouchet

“Andalusia on the Liffey”: Sacred Monstrosity in O’Connor and Joyce

Michael Kirwan, S.J.

Death’s Personal Call: The Aesthetics of Catholic Eschatology in Flannery O’Connor’s “A Good Man is Hard to Find” and Muriel Spark’s Memento Mori

Anabel Altemir-Giral and Ismael Ibáñez-Rosales

Quixotism and Modernism: The Conversion of Hazel Motes

Brent Little

A Christian Malgré Lui: Crisis, Transition, and the Quixotic Pursuit of the Ideal in Flannery O’Connor’s Fiction

Xiamara Hohman

The Other as Angels: O’Connor’s Case for Radical Hospitality

Michael Bruner

“A Purifying Terror”: Apocalypse, Apostasy, and Alterity in Flannery O’Connor’s “The Enduring Chill”

José Liste Noya

An Unpleasant Little Jolt: Flannery O’Connor’s Creation ex Chaos

Thomas Wetzel