In “A Good Man to is hard to find” by Flannery O’Connor the theme throughout the story is that religious people aren’t necessarily righteous. Grandma was living a life in which she thought was righteous but she did not necessarily followed the rules of good morals leading for her true actions to cause everyone’s death bed by Misfit.
Grandma was an old fashioned lady where things of today were not allowed back in her days everything had to be perfect in a woman, they had to dress properly with ling dresses the children had to be respectful and obedient, but things change as the world around changes. Back then you did not have to worry about locking things up to keep from theft or to keep safe from a serial killer.
As they go through this trip to Florida the danger of a serial killer lose does not worry the grandmas son Bailey because what are the odds of finding this killer in a big area like Florida. Grandma true hypocritical actions came out as they had a few stops like on Sammy’s barbecue shop, Sam’s wife was being righteous by doing what was supposed to be done in a job to please the customer, but grandma spoke what she thought was right in about how the was a terrible place to be when Sam’s white said to June Star “would you like to come be my little girl? No I certainly wouldn’t…. I wouldn’t live in a broken-down place for a million bucks!” and she ran back to the table ain’t she cute the woman repeated, stretching her mouth politely. aren’t you ashamed? Hissed the grandmother.” (pg334). By saying this show that the kid was a little brat and unrespectable, but also that the grandma is agreeing with her grandchild that why isn’t she doing any better to be a lady to help her husband and fix the place up, because all she does is stay run the place while her husband is out on the field getting supplies for the restaurant, that she should at least fix the place up.
As they kept on going through the story they take a wrong turn all because of grandma and the...