A Good Man Is Hard To Find By Flannery O Connor

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Flannery O’Connor has written many short stories.This one in particular “ A Good Man Is Hard To Find” is a short story that deals with selfishness, evil, death, and realization. Bailey’s mother was a selfish southern lady that used racial language. Throughout the story, you will realize the grandmother is the fault for all their deaths even her own. Her abrupt and selfish ways will get her faced to face with her killer.Even trying to reason with the misfit took a turn for the worst. In Flannery O'Connor, a good man is hard to find she uses characters, theme, and irony to portray the evil throughout the story.
However, in the story Flannery has characters. Bailey’s mother is one of the characters a selfish southern self-centered lady that manipulates her way into getting what she wants. For example, she manipulates her son into going to Tennessee instead of Florida by bringing up the misfit."Here this fellow that calls himself The Misfit is a loose from the Federal Pen and headed …show more content…

When she realizes that she sees an opening with the misfit by trying to be good and reaching out to a deranged killer. Even when he shoots he three times she dies with a smile on her face knowing that she changed and got redemption before it was too late. The misfit evil leads a southern racial language using the lady to redemption to be the sweet lady she knew deep down she could always be. The grandmother throughout the story she manipulative. She manipulated the misfit to try and save her life. The misfit manipulated her back by maker her seem like she was getting somewhere with him. She also manipulates her son into going to Tennessee because she's afraid of the misfit she uses that as an excuse to go to Tennessee.In Flannery O'Connor, a good man is hard to find she uses characters, theme, and irony to portray the evil throughout the

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