Guy De Maupassant 's `` The Necklace `` And The Story `` Good Man Is Hard

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“A Good Man Is Hard To Find” & “The Necklace” In today 's society we tend to see people live above their means. The reason why I may be picked or even chose. In the short story by author Guy De Maupassant, “The Necklace” and the story “Good Man Is Hard to Find” by Flannery O 'Connor is because both stories have many similarities that we can say that they are combined but different tragedies. The ladies show that they see themselves as important in these stories. These ladies are more concerned about their appearance and impressions on other people. These ladies refuse to admit that they are wrong in their decisions. These ladies also suffer from pride in both stories. First, “Good Man Is Hard To Find” to find that the grandmothers pride was manifested. The evidence shows that the grandmother believes herself to be better than others. The grandmother wants everyone to realize she’s a lady at all means. In contrast, the grandmother try to manipulate her grandchildren. She even considers herself better than her grandchildren in also better than everyone else. In the beginning of the story, it shows that the grandmother dresses in her Sunday clothes for a family road trip, In case of an accident. She wanted people to see if she was hurt in an accident that they will see herself as a lady. (In the story, “A Good Man is Hard to Find”, the grandmother is described on page 1, paragraph 12, wearing “a navy blue straw sailor hat with a bunch of white violets on the brim and a navy

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