O'Connor's "A Good Man Is Hard to Find"
In "A Good Man Is hard to Find," Flannery O'Conner really puts the reader in the middle class mode and throws a little religion at us. By this I mean that she takes us to an important part of her mind and soul. One could even say that she lets the Devil come out in her own little way.
In reading " A Good Man is Hard to
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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.
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