In Flanney O’Conner’s, “A Good Man is Hard to Find” a great deal of irony is used to express her views on how society and culture in the present day and how it has changed from the past. O’Connor used the family’s grandmother as a key component in the story because of her personality and also because of her old age. She was able to show her feeling about the deterioration
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human nature to follow your own road, whether it be wrong or right. The strive to be free is a great of life which religion nor education can overcome. The grandmother represented a dyeing group of people, who are being replaced by a new generation which is very different from ones of yesterday. The people of this day and age will have to pay sometime, and society already shows the shotgun wounds to prove it.