A Good Man is Hard to look for
By: Flannery O'Conner
This kind of story is told in third person. The tone is set to be one among irony. The grandmother, the protagonist, can be developed since bossy, manipulative and grouchy. Grandmother is in conflict with herself about the mistake the lady made about the state that the plantation home is in. As well grandmother is within conflict together with the misfit, aiming to manipulate him so that he doesn't get rid of her also. The misfit compares while using grandmother since they are the only two characters in this story who also are overbearing, bossy and top of the scenario.
Symbols with this story consist of: The graveyard with five or six graves. Granny remembered the description in the plantation home which got six content, right after that they passed through Tombsboro. The yellow-colored shirt while using parrots which usually Bailey dressed in indicated having been a mama's boy who says what his mother would like to hear. The tower in which the family had lunch, Red Sammy's, this looked like a tomb. One more symbol was the car the misfit was driving, this looked like a black hurse. Also the grave that the misfit dug with the suggestion of his shoe, while talking to the grandmother, then your misfit protected the hole like, the misfit is going to eliminate her then changing his mind. Finally, the ditch the car runs into symbolizes a grave, the vehicle can not get out and will stay there, in that hole inside the ground.
I really believe the theme of this story is it's name, A Good Gentleman is Hard to Find. Grandmother under no circumstances found a good man, it absolutely was said that Christ was the only good man. The author uses the environment deep south Georgia, the plot which is mystery, the characters everyone in the family is below grandmother until they meet the misfit who is her equal, as well as the above emblems to support this theme because none with the men were good.