A Good Man Is Hard To Find Essay

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IS A GOOD MAN HARD TO FIND? - My own interpretation in respect to the literary work written by Flannery O’Connor “A Good Man Is Hard to Find'' In literary work ''A Good Man Is Hard to Find'' written by Flanery O'Connor, we cannot distinguish truly good people, when it comes to his work, in the plot- every of family members is shown in unlikeable way. Firstly, personage of grandmother, we see the story mostly trough her eyes, we do not like her much either due to her talkativeness and unjust judgements. O’Connor shows her repressed, lonely emotions and religious focus through the thoughts and dialogue of her characters’ past experiences and self-absorption. She is pretty superficial, because she wants to be ''a lady''. She also conveys her displeasure with materialistic…show more content…
When it comes to children, June Star- a little girl who dance in the eating place, while somebody gives her a compliment she answers back something in rude way. June Star loudly speaks her mind and makes cutting observations about those around her. John Wesley- a loud, obnoxious, eight-year-old boy, he is also known to be naughty by kicking the seat of his father who is a driver. Another example, the parents, father who is kind of muttering man, so he does not say too much and mother who is not especially interesting person, because she is not smart and effective. At the end of the story, we can see that the family is bound more in the moment of death, they were never as strong connected together earlier. After these events, family is represented as unity, which is full of empathy. We notice the transformation, when the young boy does take his father hand and the mother says ''please, I want to join my family in
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