Last Name 3 Literary Analysis of Plot The grandmother seeks persuading her son

Last name 3 literary analysis of plot the grandmother

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Last Name 3 Literary Analysis of Plot: The grandmother seeks persuading her son Bailey to plan east Tennessee for family trip. She argues saying that The Misfit is also going to Florida and even the children have seen it too. Bailey’s son John Wesley recommends grandmother for home stay, and his sister, June Star says ironically that she would never stay at home. Once they depart for the trip, the grandmother put his cat, Pitty Sing out of sight in a basket. She dresses up along with a floral hat for that people would know that she is “a lady” in case of an accident. During the chat, John Wesley declares his unlikeness for Georgia, and faces a reprisal by her grandmother for showing dislike to his hometown. During the trip, she claims that there are some graves in the middle of the cotton field, which are the part of plantation. She also comments that plantation has withered. Later she talks about an old suitor, Edgar Atkins Teagarden. She says that Edgar used to bring her a watermelon on weekly basis with embossed initials E. A. T. Once, he left that melon in the parking and it reaches the stomach of black child as he thought that it is a decent advice. For the hunger kill, the family decides to stop by a restaurant known as the Tower. Red Sammy Butts was the owner and he even comments on people’s untrustworthiness. He justifies it by saying that two persons bought some gasoline on accrual basis. The Grandmother praises his deed and assures him that he is doing a kind job. His wife adds that she cannot trust anyone including Red Sam. Then grandmother asks her about The Misfit and she gets scared about being robbed. Red Sam says, “A good man is hard to find.” He along with grandmother moans of the state of the world.
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Last Name 4 As they carried on their journey, she felt sleepy. Once she woke up, she is reminded of a plantation she visited in the surrounding. She explains the looks saying that it had six white pillars and the end was that of oak tree-lined driveway. She exaggerates a bit saying that there was even a secret section for making the house more appealing. By her words, she manages to persuade the kids. The children plea for house visit and Bailey gives up. Grandmother directs it all and gets Bailey on a dirt track. For reaching that house, the family drives into the woods. Suddenly, grandmother learns that the house is located in Tennessee and not in Georgia. She became too scared, and jumps, which becomes the reason of escape of “Pitty Sing” and become the reason of accident. Bailey’s wife broke her shoulder, and rest of all remains safe. The Grandmother conceives her mistake. Upon awaiting help, they get a very unfortunate kind of help that is of The Misfit. The Grandmother recognizes him; however, she was unaware of other two-armed men. One of those men has his glasses on and shirtless. He voices the Bailey’s wife to settle down the children as they create nervousness. The grandmother screams as soon as she understands that he is the Misfit. The man asserts that it is their bad luck that she is familiar with the Misfit. Bailey swears on grandmother and makes her upset. The grandmother asks misfit that is he going to shoot a woman. He negates and says he would not like to. The grandmother adds some praise in her words that he seems to be a man with quality traits and belong to nice people. The Misfit agrees
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