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The twist in A Good Man Is Hard to Find In Flannery OConners A Good Man is Hard to Find the plot of the story is grounded in situational irony a conflict between ordinary folks and both chance and evil The forces of chance are built by an almost overwhelming set of coincidences that lead in a straight line to disaster When the story first started out the grandmother was trying to convince her son Bailey to take the family to east Tennessee Although she was being very persistent Bailey was just ignoring her request So with out much delay she joined them on there pursuit to Florida As the trip continued the grandmother tried to make it fun by telling stories about what she remembered about her past She was telling a stories about a house she use to live in and exciting the children John Wesley and June Star by making up a secret panel Just as a horrible thought came to her they were involved in an accident333 When the accident was over the family except the children sat down to recover from the accident334 Not knowing what was in store for them Not soon after that a car carrying three men drove up to them He asked the mother of John Wesley and June Star to have the children come and sit by her because kids made him nervous335Then all of a sudden the grandmother realized that the man that was talking was the misfit mistakenly she ask the gentleman if that was his name Her son Bailey was very upset at her and scolded her tremendously for that For Bailey knew that he was a psychopathic killer a person of mindless cruelty and her recognizing him would surely kill them When the grandmother realized what was going to happen to she pleaded with him saying that he was a good man at heart Although she pleaded and pleaded with
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