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Grandmothers Bout With Death Why did the Misfit say She would have been a good woman if it had been somebody there to shoot her every minute of her lifeOConnor 363 The Misfit said this because the good in the grandmother did not show in her until she was facing death This quote comes from the story A Good Man is Hard To Find by Flannery OConnor In this story the grandmother is a round character Some ways that the grandmother changes are as follows she becomes honest she loses her faith in God and she loses her over-manipulation One reason that the grandmother is a round character is toward the end of the story she becomes honest When the story opens the grandmother is depicted as a dishonest person For example when her family starts to leave for Florida the grandmother hides her cat so he could come with them She knew that Bailey did not like to arrive at a motel with a cat352 If she had not lied about the cat the cat would have never jumped on Bailey and caused him to flip the car At the end of the story when the Misfit holds a gun to her head she becomes honest she tells him why youre one of my babies362 implying that she is part responsible for him Another way that the grandmother changes is she loses her faith in God She kept telling the Misfit to pray and Jesus will help him When the Misfit says Jesus is the only person to ever raise the dead and he shouldnt have done it362 she mumbles Maybe he did not raise the dead362 When she said Jesus did not raise the dead she denied that God was as awesome as she had once believed The third way the grandmother changes is she loses her over-manipulative personality The grandmother wanted everything her way or no way For example
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