A Good Man Is Hard To Find Theme Essay

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The daily struggle of good against evil and the final judgment in “A Good Man is Hard to Find” All stories have a context that inspired it. To understand the works, we must know a little about the writer and the times of writing “A Good Man is Hard to Find”. The author, Flannery O’Connor, based his novels and stories on the theme of spiritual deformity of human beings. In each of his works, O’Connor, it presents the reality of the world that we live, using religious themes, since she grew up in a family of Catholic long tradition. This short story was written 50 is where predominated the problems of racial, social and intercultural coexistence in the South of the United States. In the development of the plot, the author integrates the elements so that readers can understand the daily struggle of good against evil and the final judgment. As we begin the story we find a family road trip to Florida and grandmother objection not to go to that state. Grandmother used every means to try to prevent the trip. From the beginning we can see the dysfunctionality of the family where resentment and selfishness abound. Grandchildren do not respect grandma and Bailey's wife apparently does not issue any opinion on what happens around them. During the history witness the …show more content…
The Misfit is aware of evil doing without any remorse starts to execute judgment, which none of the family members is no escape. Grandma, meanwhile, tries to persuade him on several occasions telling: "I know you're a good man. You don't look a bit like you have com- mon blood. I know you must come from nice people!". who is in an internal debate about what is the meaning of life and its mission it began implementing its evil act with Bailey and John Wesley, then followed the wife of Bailey, the baby and her daughter June Star. The last to await his trial was the grandmother, as a key character in the