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The representation of the grotesque is a characteristic of much 20th century writing Holman 61 Almost all of OConnors short stories usually end in horrendous freak fatalities or at the very least a characters emotional devastation People have categorized OConnors work as Southern Gothic Walters 30 In Many of her short stories A Good Man Is Hard To Find for example Flannery OConnor creates grotesque characters to illustrate the evil in people Written in 1953 A Good Man Is Hard To Find is one of O Connors most known pieces of work and has received many awards Throughout the story you come across many twists and turns when you least expect it A Good Man Is Hard To Find is a story which includes religion right and wrong and society as a whole O Connor writes this particular short - story from a 3rd person narrative and also from the perspective of the grandmother who is one of the main characters A Good Online The grandmother along with her son Bailey daughter in law and two grandchildren were going on vacation together The grandmother had read about The Misfit who had been going on a killing spree down near Florida so naturally she did not want to go The instant the valise moved the newspaper top she had over the basket under it rose with a snarl and Pitty Sing the cat sprang onto Baileys shoulders The children were thrown to the floor and their mother clutching the baby was thrown out the door onto the ground the old lady was thrown into the front seatOConnor 124 That quote from the story is just one example of how OConnor may twist a story when u least expect it After the accident a young helpful man and his two friends came along to help them Little did they know this courteous young man was none other than The Misfit The misfit was a confused person who
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