A late Encounter with the Enemy

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Dealing with Social Change, and its Effect on Reality In the story “A Late Encounter with the Enemy” by Flannery O’Connor, and “ The Death of Justina” by John Cheerer, both authors use vivid memories of events that never occur and fantasies about what life should be to facilitate social changes. Throughout both stories, the writer’s underlying meaning is that life and society are better perceived in the mind’s eye as what each …

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…that was led by Sally. Although both stories were faced with different situations, changing societal views causes both to create generic images of what life is really like. After all is said and done, both Cheever’s and O’Connor have created stories that contain societies that I would never want to live in. Additionally, they both show how a person will create their own truth as to what the world should be. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **Bibliography**