her grandchildren no less, clearly have no respect for The Grandmother. What makes people act the way they do?
We soon learn that the grandmother has made a geographical mistake thinking Georgia for Tennessee. With all of the violence, horror, and dismal surroundings presented in O'Connor's stories there is too a moral message given. A Good Man is Hard to Find. As she and her family take a vacation drive to Florida they stumble across three escaped convicts and are systematically murdered, thanks to Grandmothers deceitful ploy. Besides being a good citizen of the United States, his goal was to escape without hurting anyone in the process. They are rarely noticed at all unless they do something outrageous. He married twice in his life and sadly divorced. Been in the arm service, both land and sea, at home and abroad, been twict married, been an undertaker, been with the railroads, plowed Mother Earth, been in a tornado, seen a man burnt alive oncet (258). The Grandmother showed no remorse for her actions throughout her life for the ungodly actions she committed, but it was until the end that realized that she was no different from any other sinner, much like the. Bailey and his wife clearly are not interested in The Grandmothers opinions or desires, and the children show only disdain, bordering on contempt, when speaking to The Grandmother. He enlisted in the Marine Corps and served overseas in far-off lands.