Name Institution Tutor Date Role of religion as presented by Flannery O'Connor In the texts “a good man is hard to find” and “Revelations” of Flannery O’Connor the role of religion and tradition are seen to be a great entity in shaping the ideas that the authors mean to communicate to the readers. This is because they are part and parcel of what happens in the character's life regarding on how they deal with issues. From the ways that ideas are placed and presented to the readers it is clear that the events and character formation are all centered at one questioning. Therefore the idea of religion is very important as it creates a background for critical analysis enhancement of the plot characterization and making some of the thematic concerns explicit. Works cited Shmoop Editorial Team. "A Good Man is Hard to Find Theme of Religion." Shmoop. Shmoop University 11 Nov. 2008. Web. 23 Apr. 2017. O'Connor Flannery and Frederick Asals. A Good Man Is Hard to Find. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press 1993. Print. "O'Connor's Short Stories." "Revelation." N.p. n.d. Web. 23 Apr. 2017. Edgecombe Rodney Stenning. "O'Connor's A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND." The Explicator 64.1 (2005): 56-58. Web. [...]
Look at the role of Religion and/or tradition in these texts. In what way are these concepts crucial in shapping the characters' lives? How do they play a role in the plot or messageof the text? Are these concepts challenged or re-imagined and why? The essay has to include: 1. An introductory paragraph containing an arguable thesis. 2. Body paragraph that each contain a TOPIC SENTENCE and TEXTUAL EVIDENCE to suppotr and develop the topic sentence. Textual evidence mist contain citations, wether quoted or paraphrased. 3. A conclusion, which restates your thesis and bring your essay to a close.