The title of my short story was "A Good Man Is Hard to Find" by Flannery O"Connor. O" Connor was born on March 25, 1925 in Savannah, Georgia. She moved with family to Milledgeville, Georgia in 1938 where she attended a public school called Peabody High School. O"Connor graduated from Peabody High School in 1942, where she enters Georgia State College for Women. In 1943-1945 O"Connor writes stories and poems for college literary magazine and graduated from Georgia State with an undergraduate degree in English. In 1945 -1947 she entered a writing program at the University of Iowa and earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing. In 1948-1949 O"Connor lived in New York and Connecticut. She attended Yaddo Artists" colony near Saratoga Springs, New York, for several months. After an illness in 1950, O"Connor returned to Milledgeville and was diagnosed with lupus, an incurable disease. She lived on her family's dairy farm for the rest of her life. In 1955 "A Good Man Is Hard to Find" and Other Stories received critical praise. In 1962-1963 O"Connor received an honorary doctorate from Saint Mary's women's college of the University of Notre Dame and spoke at a number of colleges in the South about her writing. Flannery O"Connor died on August 3, 1964.
"A Good Man Is Hard to Find" was a wonderful short story. This story is told in a third person point of view. The grandmother is telling the story. She uses she and he in the story often. The setting of the story seems to be in the summer during vacation time. The story took place in a car while going a vacation to Florida. The characters in this story are considered dynamic, flat, and round. The dynamic characters are the grandma, John Wesley, The Misfit, June Star, and Bobby Lee. I chose them as dynamic characters because they tend to change because of the plot of the story. The grandma is considered a dynamic character because she tried her best to change The Misfit.