Wednesday, February 6, 2019

A Good Man Is Hard To Find Essay -- essays research papers

"A Good Man is Hard to disclose" The Grandmothers Grace     Flannery OConnors "A Good Man is Hard to Find" tells the metaphoric tale of a familys fatal confrontation with The Misfit, an escaped serial killer. The incidents and graphemes throughout the story are aspects of a plot intending to symbolize the spiritual blessing passed from one human to another, without regard for kindness or evil. The prominent character in OConnors story is the grandmother, who embodies this grace. By including imperfections in the development of the grandmothers character, OConnor shows the indiscriminatory property of grace she possesses.     The grandmother is the most developed character of the story. She contains several traits that coincide with the stereotypical elderly southern woman. Some of her notions are bizarre and trivial, and ignored by her family, much(prenominal) as the possible attack by The Misfit, a expedition to Tenness ee instead of Florida, and a fear of feline asphyxiation. John Wesley and June booster hold back little if any respect for their paternal grandmother. "She has to go everywhere we go," whines June Star (194). The grandmother also dresses immaculately, even for a car trip, simply because in an accident "anyone seeing her dead on the highway would know at once that she was a lady" (194). She calls attention to pointless details such as mileage, the speed of the car, and scenic road-side attr...

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