Let's take a look at "A Good Man Is hard to Find".O'Conner really puts the reader in the middle class mode and trough's a little religion at us . In this I mean that she really took us to a important part of her mind and writing. One mite say that she lets the Devil come out in her own little way.
In reading " A Good Man is Hard to Find" O'Conner puts me in
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fiction is the action in theory is held largely by the devil" I strongly feel she was talking about this particular story. O'Conner portrayed the grandmother as a God fearing woman and the "Misfit" as the tyranny of all evil. Maybe O'Conner was trying to tell us that It doesn't matter what kind of life you lead , or what kind of religion you accept if you push the issue it will blow-up in your face.