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Not all people are evil Many of us are upstanding citizens that contribute positively to society Yet we are shown how normal average people are put into position where lying and chicanery are in order to save their own life A Good Man is Hard to Find Seemingly innocent people have the capability to commit murder their best friend such as George in Of Mice and Men While others whom seem to be quite well educated or devoted to God seduce total strangers for kicks Good Country People In The Postman Always Rings Twice our protagonists attempt and eventually successfully murder an innocent bystander Deep down people whether it is voluntary or not have the ability to commit heinous crimes when the situation calls for it These stories have many similarities to them All take place in America they all have unfortunate incidents that occur that changes their paths in life and in three stories somebody ends up being killed In Good Country People badness and evil seems to have cursed Hulgas life Starting from an accident when she was still Joy Hulgas life has been quite miserably and negative although she has attained a PhD in philosophy Yet she lives at home and gets harassed according to Hulga by her over-bearing mother One kind of harassment Hulga faces from her mother is the one that surrounds her name Hulgas original name was Joy Something she felt that was destroyed when her leg got blown off She feels that there is a void of joyfulness in her life She had her name changed to Hulga because it was a transition stated on p 172 She considered her name a personal affair She had arrived at it first purely on the basis of its ugly sound and then the full genius of its fitness struck her One of her major triumphs was that her mother had not been able to turn
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