Flannery O’Connor’s “A Good Man is Hard To Find” analysisShort Fiction Essay
In need of a well-developed essay, using MLA format, analyzing Flannery O’Connor’s “A Good Man is Hard To Find” (story attached).
This essay needs to address the following essential elements of the story:ToneCharacter DevelopmentIronyPlot
Be sure to explain how each of the above mentioned elements contribute to the message or overall theme of the story. Please DO NOT use any outside sources other than the short story provided. Be sure to use MLA documentation in the form of parenthetical citations and a works cited page (work from an anthology).
Page Length: 3 to 4 pages (not including cover page)
In a story that seems to have had its settings in the period in the very early 20th century, a family is yet to undergo a tragedy that would see to it that they all fell victims and wouldn’t live to tell the tale. The tone in the story generally culminates into sadness. There is a mood of division within the family as they prepare to embark on a journey to Florida from their home in Atlanta. The grandmother, a cautious old lady, is opposed to the idea. She even shows Bailey, his detached son, an article on the papers that speaks……………..
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