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The Bad Man The setting of the story A Good Man is Hard To Find in the beginning is in the dinning room where everyone is sitting and reading the newspaper He was sitting by the edge of his chair at the table in Atlanta and the month is June or July for the reason that the children are at home and they are about to go on a vacation Then the subsequent significant setting of the story is outside of Toombsboro on a dirt road the time is afternoon since the sky is clear with no clouds or any sun This tale A Good Man is Hard to Find by Flannery O Connor is a extremely respectable example of a typical run of the mill family who is about to go on vacation to Florida The writer explains the situations very well Like the first seen when the Grandmother is talking to her only son Bailey trying to change his mind not to go to Florida instead go to Tennessee At this point the writer is trying to convey something to the readers a foreshadowing of an event that is going to happ en later on in the story Along with this there is a second message for the readers when she points out the misfits on the loose headed towards Florida she gives this reason not to go to there I wouldnt take my children in any direction with a criminal like that a loose in it At this point the writer introduces us to the characters most probably the children and their mother the writer doesnt give the mothers name but she does comment about the children John Wesley a stocky child with glasses and the little girl June Star The children start quarrelling with their grandmother on the topic of the misfits and try their best that she wouldnt go with them on the trip She wouldnt stay at home
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