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TUESDAY, May 31st at 7pm: WHEN SISTERHOOD WAS IN FLOWER Continues
Florence Virginia King was an American novelist, essayist
While her early writings focused on the American South and
those who live there, much of King's later work was published in National
Review. Until her retirement in 2002, her column in National Review, "The
Misanthrope's Corner", was known for "serving up a smorgasbord of
curmudgeonly critiques about rubes and all else bothersome to the Queen of
Mean", as the magazine put it. After leaving retirement in 2006, she began
writing a new column for National Review entitled "The Bent Pin."
“His Grace called Virginius in and said: "Do you think a priest of
the Anglican Communion should be a divorced man with two wives living?"
That's the way he talks. And do you know what Virginius said? He said:
"Your Grace, if it weren't for divorce, there wouldn't be an Anglican
King, When Sisterhood Was in Flower
Ms. King passed in January of this year, and we continue her