Southerners, historically, have a reputation for entertaining. From the days of Gone With the Wind to ‘50s postwar prosperity, Georgians have always placed high value on hosting guests to the best of their ability. Flannery and her family were no different. This large set of sundae dishes is just one of many housed at Andalusia.… Read more
In the fall of 1957, Flannery O’Connor’s cousin, Katie Semmes, suggested that Flannery and her mother, Regina, travel to Lourdes and Rome as part of a diocesan pilgrimage. The suggestion becomes more of an adamant demand when Katie commits to paying for the trip set to happen in the spring of 1958. The idea intrigued… Read more
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