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Outline The Trouble with Men Thesis The female protagonists of A Good Man Is Hard to Find A Rose for Emily The Jilting of Granny Weatherall and A Jury of Her Peers are forced to confront their fears IThere are different situations that cause each protagonists fear AIn A Good Man Is Hard to Find the grandmother learns that there is a mass murderer on the loose 1The grandmother creates an illusion in her mind that she could encounter the murderer aThe grandmother says I wouldnt take my children in any direction with a criminal like that aloose in it OConner 568 bShe asks the children what would you do if this fellow The Misfit caught you OConner 568 2The grandmother is aware of her fear but she does not heed her intuition aShe is so exited about the trip that The next morning the grandmother was the first one in the car ready to go OConner 568 bAs she continues to ignore her intuition the grandmother plays games with the children tells them stories and describes the scenery as they drive to Florida BIn A Rose for Emily Miss Emily is fearful to let go of the men in her life 1Both the grandmother and Miss Emily suppress their fears until the situation arises and they are forced to deal with it 2Miss Emily is afraid of being alone but she does not attempt to make friends to keep her company 3The grandmother has a fear of death while Miss Emily has a fear of being lonely 4The grandmother fears her own death but Miss Emily fears the death of people around her CIn The Jilting of Granny Weatherall the granny is left standing at the alter and continues to go through life without a man 1Like the grandmother and Miss Emily a man is the cause of the grannys fear 2After she is jilted the grannys worst fear is that she might not
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