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Flannery O'Connor makes an announcement in her lecture called Writing Short Stories"I guess that most of you have been telling stories all of your lives..."(O'Connor #2 PG). She was just thirty-nine years old when she died from lupus in 1964. It did not take long for her to eventually become a literary star. It is tough for O'Connor to comprehend that people perceive writing fiction as a chore, as among the "hardest literary types" (O'Connor #2 PG). When composing fiction is something she accomplishes with no attempt whatsoever. One of her principal things to writing good fiction involves using symbolism, which can be more than apparent within the literary bounds of A great Man is Hard to Find, where "a psychopathic killer and a grandmother meet head-to-head in epic, parabolic violence as large as death and life" (Gingher 258). O'Connor's A Good Man is difficult to Find seems innocent enough in its articles, but since the reader gets increasingly more into the symbolic base that includes the narrative, it is quite clear that there is a typical taste of bad versus Christianity. By demonstrating to her audience all the good that comes from faith, together with all of the bad that simply bring forth more evil. It was her aim to teach her readers down the ideal path. The character of grandmother in A Good Man is Hard To find is your Christian representation of the narrative. On the other hand the Misfit represents all that's evil. Grandmother is firmly heritage to her southern roots. She is also a sign of shift that O'Connor believes should take place in the society. Grandmother also shows all the wrongs in the society, for example its personality disorder and not able to relate to God. Grandmother's passing in an insignificant side road is accident which...