A Good Man Is Hard And Find By Flannery O ' Connor, Guest, By Albert Camus

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In distinctive works of fiction, there are characters who signify the disregard of the people within our society. In this society of ours, we encounter folks who fall short understanding the behavior of certain things, like wise, there are also the ones who consider that they are a better resembles than others, while miss concluding their own defects. In both, A Good Man Is Hard To Find, by Flannery O 'Connor, and Guest, by Albert Camus, illustrates that evil and good in an individual are not mutually exclusive.
In A Good Man is Hard to Find, we encounter a variety of characters with different characteristic. There is two characters who really stand out, one of them is, The Misfit, an unnamed character who has just escaped from the federal penitentiary, and was put in there for killing his father, while this unnamed character has been associated with murder, the main character of this story is the grandmother. She could be described as the most ignorant one in the story, because she possesses many defects, like manipulating others. While in The Guest, we encounter an Arab prisoner, the antagonist of the short story, who is being led by a soldier named Balducci. “The Arab walks while the gendarme rides a horse, with his head bowed while his hands are tied, and does not raise his head until he arrives to the destination”(Camus 5). Daru, the protagonist of this story seems to be amazed of The Arab’s gestures and physical appearance, “his huge lips, fat, smooth, almost Negroid;…

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