I squeezed this in on a business trip and so glad I did. I write fiction, so of course it was extra special for me to see Eudora's workspace, manuscripts, books everywhere, etc. As historic houses go this one is extremely well conserved, probably because she willed a lot of her personal effects to the state historical agency, which runs it. A delightful docent (who told me she does a one-woman Flannery O'Connor show - would have liked to have seen that!) gave me a lightning tour, just right for the short time I had.
I would highly recommend this stop.
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