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A Good Man is Hard to Find In A Good Man is Hard to Find every character played a special part But the character who played the most important part in this story was the grandmother She was a good Southern woman who would always dress nice especially when she would go on a vacation She would do this so that if she would die people would recognize her as a good respectable woman She was also very talkative and she let her mouth get her in a great deal of trouble Overall the grandmother played an excellent part in this story The narrator focuses on the grandmother more than anyone else in the story In one way she was a good woman and in another way she talked too much She was portrayed as being aggravating at times She was really prejudiced but the narrator illustrated her differently The narrator portrayed her as a nice Southern woman especially in the way that she dressed Grandmothers are stereotypically shown as being humble gentle characters However the narrator depicts the grandmother as being strong and talkative This is what makes the story and characters very real and interesting A Good Man is Hard to Find the grandmother really had a bad affect during the whole story First of all her family was supposed to be going to one place but the grandmother knowing that the misfit was in another state decided to go meet him Next she begins to aggravate the misfit by talking too much This may be one of the reasons why be begins to kill Clark the family one person at a time In addition she even offered the misfit her sons shirt to put on Then when she meets up with him she says Youre The Misfit I recognized you at once OConnor 642 At that time I the reader acknowledges that the grandmothers outspoken nature would cause her
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