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Flannery O’Connor was an American writer known for her Southern Gothic style and exploration of ethical and moral questions. Born in 1925 in Georgia, she delved into the complexities of the human soul through her short stories and novels. O’Connor often used dark humor, grotesque elements, and deeply flawed characters to explore themes of redemption, grace, and the human capacity for good and evil. She’s best known for her short story collections, such as “A Good Man Is Hard to Find,” and her novels, including “Wise Blood.” Her work has had a lasting impact on American literature and is still widely read and studied today. O’Connor passed away at a young age in 1964, but her influence endures.