Analyze the moral implications of A Good Man is Hard to Find and Why I Live at the P.O. Specifically, you may want to consider the way the authors dealt with one or more of a range of issues, among them honesty, deceitfulness, jealousy, arrogance, hubris, unfaithfulness, even murder.

Write an essay of approximately 500 to 700 words (2 to 3 pages) in response to the question below. All papers must be typed, double-spaced, with standard margins and fonts. You are not required to use secondary sources for this paper, but you may certainly do so. Any secondary sources should be authoritative: recognized scholars in the field, published in academic journals, by university presses or other reputable publishers. It is your responsibility to make sure that your sources are authoritative. (Wikipedia is NOT an acceptable source under any circumstances.) All sources, both primary and secondary, should be cited according to MLA form. If you are not familiar with MLA form, get a handout from the Writing Center, consult a style manual, go to the mla.org website (or any of a number of websites that have the MLA style sheet available to download or print), or consult The MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, which is the most comprehensive source.

Flannery OConnor and Eudora Welty are viewed as authors who often dealt with morality and ethics. OConnor made no secret of being a devout Catholic; Welty frequently addressed the moral issues of the day. Analyze the moral implications of A Good Man is Hard to Find and Why I Live at the P.O. Specifically, you may want to consider the way the authors dealt with one or more of a range of issues, among them honesty, deceitfulness, jealousy, arrogance, hubris, unfaithfulness, even murder.

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