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Flannery O'Connor, Mystery And Manners: Occasional Prose Quotes: "When there is a tendency to compartmentalize the spiritual and make it resident in a certain type of life only, the spiritual is apt gradually to be lost."

When there is a tendency to compartmentalize the spiritual and make it resident in a certain type of life only, the spiritual is apt gradually to be lost.




Flannery O'Connor, Mystery And Manners: Occasional Prose Quotes: "Your beliefs will be the light by which you see, but they will not be what you see and they will not be a substitute for seeing."

Your beliefs will be the light by which you see, but they will not be what you see and they will not be a substitute for seeing.




Flannery O'Connor, Mystery And Manners: Occasional Prose Quotes: "We are now living in an age which doubts both fact and value. It is the life of this age that we wish to see and judge."

We are now living in an age which doubts both fact and value. It is the life of this age that we wish to see and judge.



Flannery O'Connor, Mystery And Manners: Occasional Prose Quotes: "Anybody who has survived his childhood has enough information about life to last him the rest of his days."

Anybody who has survived his childhood has enough information about life to last him the rest of his days.




Flannery O'Connor, Mystery And Manners: Occasional Prose Quotes: "Our age not only does not have a very sharp eye for the almost imperceptible intrusions of grace, it no longer has much feeling for the nature of the violences which precede and follow them."

Our age not only does not have a very sharp eye for the almost imperceptible intrusions of grace, it no longer has much feeling for the nature of the violences which precede and follow them.



Flannery O'Connor, Mystery And Manners: Occasional Prose Quotes: "The woods are full of regional writers, and it is the great horror of every serious Southern writer that he will become one of them."

The woods are full of regional writers, and it is the great horror of every serious Southern writer that he will become one of them.



Flannery O'Connor, Mystery And Manners: Occasional Prose Quotes: "The isolated imagination is easily corrupted by theory, but the writer inside his community seldom has such a problem."

The isolated imagination is easily corrupted by theory, but the writer inside his community seldom has such a problem.




Flannery O'Connor, Mystery And Manners: Occasional Prose Quotes: "Those who are long on logic, definitions, abstractions, and formulas are frequently short on a sense of the concrete."

Those who are long on logic, definitions, abstractions, and formulas are frequently short on a sense of the concrete.