Summary Of A Good Man Is Hard To Find By Flannery O Connor

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Literary Analysis “Everyone makes Mistakes”, this is a popular phrase that many people abide and value in life. Many people may consider this phrase as live saving. There are certain instances were this phrase “Everyone makes Mistakes” comes to play, but has zero justification. A great example of this could be seen in Flannery O’ Connors short story “A Good Man is Hard to Find.” In O’ Connors short story a southern family is taking a road trip to Florida, without realization that their mini-vacation had no good outcome. The phrase mentioned has absolutely no justification to murder, as the reader later finds out following the closed ending the Flannery O’ Connors story. Death and…show more content…
“ Her collars and cuffs were white organdy trimmed with lace and at her neckline she had pinned spray of cloth violets containing a sachet. In case of an accident, anyone who seeing her dead on the highway would know at once that she was a lady.” (O’Connor 1009-1010) The Grandmother denounces others throughout the whole story; in fact racism is seen and expressed through her character. She spends all her time just thinking about herself, flawing other but never her own actions or judgment. The Grandmother can be seen as a hypocrite to many, her dishonesty and lack of mindfulness is the leading cause to her and her family death. In the article, “ One of my Babies: The Misfit and the Grandmother” by Stephen C. Bandy, the author Bandy studies the main characters those being the Grandmother and the Misfit. The articles main focus is on the religious belief, and to flaw the Grandmother real “values”. Bandy also shows the reader how in the beginning the Grandmother is known to be good spirited and faithful to her religion. The Grandmother’s character has a drastic turn point following the end of the story. She deceives her faith only accepting it for
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