Great Deal! Get Instant $10 FREE in Account on First Order + 10% Cashback on Every Order Order Now

A. “Good Country People” by Flannery O’Connor 2 or 3 page PAPER Read this short story (posted in THE FINAL section of our Bb site) before answering the following questions: Are there any good people...

1 answer below »

A. “Good Country People” by Flannery O’Connor 2 or 3 page PAPER

Read this short story (posted in THE FINAL section of our Bb site) before answering the following questions: Are there any good people in the two O’Connor short stories or is the word “good” only presented ironically in her stories? Do you see a similar characteristics of characters in Good Country People to one of the characters in A Good Man is Hard to Find? WRITE a short Paper that answers these questions. Feel free to use any information from Our Online Library or my lectures and/or your (or your classmates) previous DB posts if it is appropriate. Do not forget to cite whatever you use. Evidence of crawling the internet for resources will garner a zero (“0”) for THE FINAL.http://faculty.weber.edu/Jyoung/English%206710/Good%20Country%20People.pdf
Answered Same Day May 17, 2020

Solution

Rupal answered on May 19 2020
142 Votes
4
Q. Are there any good people in the two O’Connor short stories or is the word “good” only presented ironically in her stories? Do you see a similar characteristics of characters in Good Country People to one of the characters in A Good Man is Hard to Find? WRITE a short Paper that answers these questions.
    Flannery O’Connor’s short stories “A Good Man is Hard to Find” and “Good Country People” were published together in 1955 in a collection called A Good Man is Hard to Find. Both stories share similar patterns in their exploration and representation of morality and goodness. They are about the inadequacy of traditional values in a constantly mutating modern world. The grandmother in “A Good Man is Hard to Find” thinks of herself as a good Christian woman who believes in conventional Southern values. Hulga Hopewell, the protagonist of ''Good Country People”, is a Ph.D. in philosophy who vehemently rejects all that is conventional around her. However, both stories, beginning with their titles, are concerned with what constitutes a good person or good people. The Misfit and Manly Pointer are obvious representations of evil in the stories but the other characters like that of Hulga and the grandmother have also not been depicted favourably.
    The grandmother, who serves as a foil to the Misfit, is a good person on the surface and in the eyes of the community but she is also selfish and self-centered. She forces her family to obey her every wish and takes obnoxious mesures to get her way. She...
SOLUTION.PDF

Answer To This Question Is Available To Download

Related Questions & Answers

More Questions »

Submit New Assignment

Copy and Paste Your Assignment Here