Flannery O’Connor reading her short story “A Good Man Is Hard To Find”
My all-time favorite author, Flannery O’Connor, reads here one of my all-time favorite stories, A Good Man Is Hard To Find. It’s so interesting to hear the creator of such a widespread work (the story appears in many college “English 101” college compilations) reciting her own creation.
A Southern Accent
I know many people who sound exactly like this around where I’m from. To me it sounds comforting. And that’s saying quite a bit, considering how disconcerting the subject matter of the story is.
What do you think? Have you ever heard any of your favorite authors reading one of your favorite works? Do you think hearing the words from the person who wrote them affects the interpretation? Let us hear from you in the comments.
- Flannery O’Connor’s Private Life Revealed in Letters (npr)
- Regarding A Good Man Is Hard To Find (flanneryoconnor.blogspot.com)
- Flannery O’Connor “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” (katelamianskaya.wordpress.com)
- Flannery O’Connor On Mystery (windupwire.wordpress.com)
- Dramatic Irony on A Good Man is Hard to Find! (kcrosby1932.wordpress.com)
- Flannery O’Connor on Teaching Literature (drquantum.wordpress.com)