Was the grandmother at fault for the families demise in a "good man is hard to find".
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A Good Man Is Hard To Find
A grandmother can either be the glue that holds the family together with her wisdom and patience or the Berlin wall that keeps the family apart. In "a good man is hard to find", the grandmother leads the family to a horrible fate. A lie she thought was crafty later yielded an unexpected car accident and an unwanted encounter with an escaped convict named the Misfit. The grandmother made bad decisions on the trip ultimately handing the family over to death, which leaves only her at fault for the family's termination of existence.
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- Consider the Parts Played by the Friar and the Nurse Particularly in the Light of This Statement
- Corruption Wins No More Than Honesty
- Was the grandmother at fault for the families demise in a "good man is hard to find".
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