A Good Man Is Hard For Find By Flannery O ' Connor And Women Hollering Creek By Sandra Cisneros

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During a journey a person will come across a crisis or it will be an escape from a struggle or an external conflict. In the two short stories, “A Good Man Is Hard To Find” by Flannery O’Connor and “Women Hollering Creek” by Sandra Cisneros, the protagonists are faced with similar crisis of limitations. On the contrary, “The Swimmer” by John Cheever describes the protagonist to be someone that has no limitations, which led him to abuse his freedom. Although these three tales show differences they do show a similarity in their ignorance. These two female authors focus on the role women set into a sexist environment where they are not seen as equal upon the male figures. However, the only male protagonist, fictionalized by Cheever, is not faced with the same complications as the female characters. As these protagonist face their problems, begin to realize their fate and their place in the world. The plot of the journey is a crisis for both the main characters of “A Good Man is Hard to Find,” the grandmother and “Woman Hollering Creek,” Cleofilas. In contrast to “The Swimmer” Neddy Merrill that tries to escape from the trauma of his reality. The grandmother uses her lies to manipulate her grandchildren into pestering their father, her son, into going to a house she had memories of. While on the off road adventure to this house the pet they owned had a panic attack and caused the disorientation of the driver, the son, which lead to a car accident. The accident leads to the

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