Critical Analysis Of A Good Man Is Hard To Find

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In the story “ A Good Man is Hard to Find” by Flannery O’Connor publish in 1955, is a very interesting story about this family planning on taking a vacation and the father decide that they will go one place and the Grandmother decided that she have a better and safer pace to go by telling the family a scary reason why they should not go to their previous destination. This short story is base on a religious belief concept. Base on the Georgia Humanities webpage dedicated to Flannery O’Connor is considered one of America 's greatest fiction writers and one of the strongest apologists for Roman Catholicism in the twentieth century. Born of the marriage of two of Georgia 's oldest Catholic families, O 'Connor was a devout believer whose small but impressive body of fiction presents the soul 's struggle with what she called the "stinking mad shadow of Jesus." 1945 O 'Connor received a scholarship in journalism from the State University of Iowa (now the University of Iowa). Her first novel, published in 1952. O 'Connor 's master 's thesis was a collection of short stories entitled The Geranium, the title work having already become her first published story (Accent, 1946). Most stories in this collection,…show more content…
The short story “ A Good Man is hard to find” is one of these story that required the reader to learned more about the writer life story or background information in order to understand the concept uses in this story. Because at the beginning of the story the family did not pay much attention to what the Grandmother was saying, she tries to warn them about something bad might happen , where she ended up created a story to make them believe her, but they ignore her as if she was not important. Then you see how everything changes in the story once they got into the car crash, it seem as if they start to believe what the grandmother was saying about the danger they might faces, and all of the sudden the tone of the story completely changed, and
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