- Effective Use of the First Person in First Confession "I decided that, between one thing and another, I must have broken the whole ten commandments, all on account of that old woman, and so far as I could see, so long as she remained in the house I had no hope of ever doing anything else," (page 189).
This quote from the text of "First Confession" by Frank O'Connor exquisitely shows which point of view O'Connor selected for his story.
Madden also believes O’Connor should have selected a religious calling because the priests mentioned in his stories incorporate the instrumental impact on the “laity’s lives” (3227).
Understanding women, contributed by his mother’s influence, frequently are displayed in O’Connor’s writings....
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[tags: First Confession] - Overcoming Fear in Frank O’Connor’s “First Confession” Word Count includes detailed outline David W.
[tags: First Confession by Frank O’Connor] - Confession of the Jews and First Confession In comparing the books "Confession of the Jews" and "First Confession", I have found there to be similarities and differences.
For example, "First Confession" deals with a boy converting from a boy to a young man by going to confession and telling his sins for the first time.
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