”A Good Man Is Hard to Find” by Flannery O’Connor Essay Sample
- Pages: 2
- Word count: 487
- Rewriting Possibility: 99% (excellent)
- Category: story
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The short story I decided to do my paper over was A Good Man Is Hard to Find by Flannery O’Connor. This story is about a family that is made up of a grandma, mom, dad, son, daughter. The story starts withe the family is getting ready to go on a family trip to florida but the grandma does not want to go to florida she wants to go to tennessee to see her friends. The dad who is the grandmas son says that would unfair to the rest of the family so the grandma says fine and they hed toward florida. On the way they stop at Red Sammy’s Barbeque restaurant to get something to eat then they continue on. On the way to florid after the stoped for food the grandma says she remebers this very nice house that she wants to goes see she says the house is right off the raod they were on she made the house sound s
o awsome that the kids want to see the house to so the dad said the would go see the house. When the
The grandma first applies it to Red Sammy after he angrily complains of the general untrustworthiness of people. He asks her why he let two strangers charge their gasoline—he’s obviously had been cheated because those prople were never coming back to pay for their gasoline, and the grandmother says he did it because he’s “a good man.” In this case, her definition of “good” seems to include gullibility, poor judgment, and blind faith, none of which are inherently “good.” The way the grandma died was the way young kids sit crossing their legs made it seem like when she died she was like an innocent child at the time of her death.
The grandmother who remains unnamed all throughout in the story. She is a non-stereotypical woman whose old fashion clothing and beliefs contradict her strong, manipulative mind, which is an opposite trait of a passive and complacent woman in her time. From this we can say that the grandmother is a round and dynamic character as her character changes from being a manipulative mother to her son Bailey the father, to a funny, playful grandma who ignite her grandkid’s imagination by her stories, and finally, to a humble,innocent child like human being who experiences “awakening” and acceptance of defeat in her moral battle and failed manipulation scheme with The Misfit.
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