Spent several hours enjoying the quiet charm and aura of one of twentieth century America's greatest fiction writers and essayists, Flannery O'Connor. Anyone who knows O'Connor's life and work will be touched by the home where she lived most of her life, surrounded by acres of farmland, peacocks, the milking parlor, etc. Wonderful staff, left us free to roam. Donation not an entrance fee.
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