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The Life You Save May Be Your Own
The story evoked critical praise upon its publication in the Kenyon Review in the spring of She began writing and publishing short fiction in earnest when she entered the graduate writing program at Iowa State University, which she completed in She received numerous awards, grants, and citations for her work. She spent her final years being cared for by her mother and hired helpers, who likely resembled many of the impoverished characters that appear regularly in her fiction. She finally succumbed to lupus in August at age An old woman and her daughter sit quietly on their porch at sunset when Tom Shiftlet comes walking up the road to their farm.
Genre: Short Story. A one-armed tramp, appropriately named "Mr. Shiftlet," walks up to a run-down farm where an old woman and her retarded daughter, Lucynell, are sitting on the front porch. Lucynell cannot talk. Shiftlet persuades the old woman to hire him for work around the farm and for repairing a car. She says she can feed him but not pay him. Over a period of a few weeks he repairs the car which is what he really wants and offers to marry Lucynell if her mother will give him some money.
This story may well be one of O'Connor's most humorous stories.
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