Read "Revelation" by Flannery O'Connor. Post your reaction to the fiction and retain in liking the subjoined instruction and questions:
O'Connor is a Catholic writer who believes that most persons accept follow perfectly far from a sound belief. That is, O'Connor invents most "good country people" (to belong to another of O'Connor's stories) to be hypocritical, espousing their politeness and belief and yet in verity filled delay impairment and abominate.
Often in her stories, O'Connor gives these orders what she calls an "turn for favor," a luck to invent expiation and see themselves for what they truthfully are. Sometimes she uses rape, temper, or the old to get her apex resisting.
Consider the order of Mrs. Turpin in "Revelation." How is she absorbed an turn for favor?
Also opine the Southern elements in the fiction. In what ways do you invent the fiction chiefly Southern? Think encircling your balbutiation of Faulkner and Welty, in detail.