Cosas Que Leo #148: EVERYTHING THAT RISES MUST CONVERGE, Flannery O’Connor

“The further irony of all this was that in spite of her, he had turned out so well. In spite of going to only a third-rate college, he had, on his own initiative, come out with a first-rate education; in spite of growing up dominated by a small mind, he had ended up with a large one; in spite of all her foolish views, he was free of prejudice and unafraid to face facts. Most miraculous of all, instead of being blinded by love for her as she was for him, he had cut himself emotionally free of her and could see her with complete objectivity. He was not dominated by his mother.”

Everything that rises must converge

FLANNERY O’CONNOR

Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 1956

269 págs.