Thomas Merton Center

Manuscripts in Sub-Section D.1:

Flannery O'Connor : a prose elegy

Item 1 - A tribute to Flannery O'Connor

First Lines:  Now Flannery is dead, and I will write her name with honor, with love for the great slashing

Sub-Type:  Published material

Draft:  

Copy Type:  Xerograph of printed material

Date:  March no-day, 1965

Number of pages:  3

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  Catholic mind 63: 43-45.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 7

Item 2 - Flannery O'Connor

First Lines:  Now Flannery is dead, and I will write her name with honor, with love for the great slashing

Sub-Type:  Published material

Draft:  

Copy Type:  Printed material

Date:  November no-day, 1964

Number of pages:  4

Additional authors/contributors:  

Language:  English

Notes:  Clipping from Jubilee 12: 49-53.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 7

Item 3 - II. - L'anatomie du respect [-] Flannery O'Connor vue par. . . Thomas Merton:

First Lines:  Maintenant que Flannery est morte, c'est avec respect, avec amour que j'√©crirai son nom,

Sub-Type:  Published material

Draft:  

Copy Type:  Printed material

Date:  no-month no-day, 1967

Number of pages:  4

Additional authors/contributors:  Tadi√©, Marie; translator

Language:  French

Notes:  Les U. S. A. la recherche de leur identite; rencontres avec 40 ecrivains americains, edited by Pierre Domergues (Paris: Editions Bernard Grasset, 1967): 258-261.

Location:  Archive - File Cabinet 7