Analysis Of Everything That Rises Must Converge 'By Flannery O' Connor

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This statement applies to Julian at the end of the story because after his mother dies the narrator states “The tide of darkness seemed to sweep him back to her, postponing from that moment to moment his entry into the world of guilt and sorrow"(69 "Everything That Rises Must Converge” Flannery O 'Connor). This statement shows the reader that after Julian’s mother dies his life will be full of sorrow and guilt. This presents the irony of Julian’s last comment towards his mother because he was telling his mother to go on and face reality, where in the end he is giving himself

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