Foreshadowing Essay A Good Man Is Hard To Find

He tells the children to sit down, that children make him nervous.

Suddenly, the grandmother blurts out, “You’re the Misfit!

The grandmother notices the one man with spectacles and sees that he looks familiar but she just can’t place him.

The grandmother said to Red Sammy that in her opinion, “Europe was entirely to blame for the way things were now.

She said the way Europe acted you would think we were made of money and Red Sam said it was no use talking about it, she was exactly right” (17) which was the nice, polite way for Red Sammy to tell her to drop the subject.

The grandmother sits in the back seat between the two older children while the baby is up front on the mother’s lap.

The two children prattle on about how Georgia is a boring state, even as they pass by Stone Mountain and the red and purple rocks.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

One thought on “Foreshadowing Essay A Good Man Is Hard To Find”