“A Good Man Is Hard To Find” – “Necklace”

‘A Good Man is Hard to Find’ and ‘The Necklace’ uncover two hero characters to be specific Grandmother and Mathilde separately. Beginning with the contrasts between the two characters, Mathilde, in The Necklace, is a youthful and dynamic woman who has been married not while ago, while the grandma in A Good Man is Hard to Find is an old woman. This is the most significant distinction between the two characters with regards to investigation of their disparities.

Grandma in ‘A Good Man is Hard to Find’ is a hero who is pleased and chosen in getting whatever she needs. The Grandmother reveals her power to overcome other people and indicates to the Bailey family that she prefers not going to Florida. But instead she remembers that she has family members in Tennessee and suggests that she would love to visit them. This implies that the old lady is very manipulative, and she is only interested in her needs. The Grandmother is very quick in transforming Bailey’s mind by coming up with a story of a bad guy who is free to loiter around. In her words she says, ‘Just you read it. I wouldn’t take my youngsters toward any path with a criminal like that a free in it. I couldn’t reply to my heart in the event that I did.’

Mathilde as a hero is a woman who is dynamic and a high upkeep lady who is in search of riches and wealthy life. The lady turns out to be unpleasant and angry in light of the fact that she has no cash and workers, pleasant garments, a decent house, pleasant gems, and companions Mathilde longs for a predominant life and money and solicitations money from her life partner to get a one-night party with rich people. Mathilde through her overpower occasions, she opts to get jewellery from Madame Forestier.

Considering the similarities between the two primary characters Mrs. Loisel in ‘The Necklace’ and the grandma in ‘A Good Man is Hard to Find’ are fundamentally the same as in light of the fact that both these characters declined to admit to an error that they had made. They both had a similar inspiration before the mix-up and they likewise had an indistinguishable reason from to why they needed to stay silent about it. Despite the fact that Mrs. Lisle’s and the grandma’s punishments were unique, it is still reasonable to think about the two on the grounds that in any case, that both their lives had been destroyed.

Mrs. Loisel and the grandma are fundamentally the same as because of the way that they both had a similar inspiration preceding their misfortunes. It was a narrow-minded inspiration that ended up costing them a lot in their lives. Mrs. Loisel’s character was narrow minded in ‘The Necklace’ on the grounds that as opposed to wearing blossoms like her husband had proposed, she obtained her companion’s adornments. ‘You can wear some normal blooms. At this season they look exceptionally nice. For ten francs you can have a few glorious roses. ‘No, she answered, there is nothing more mortifying than to have a decrepit air in a group of rich ladies.” This is really a demonstration of self-centeredness on Mrs. Loisel’s part. On the off chance that she wouldn’t have been so rude, she could have quite recently worn the blossoms to the gathering and it would have spared her a considerable measure of inconvenience.

The grandma’s character in ‘A Good Man is Hard to Find’ is additionally exceptionally selfish in her inspirations. She believed she needed to mislead her child, little girl in-law and her grandchildren with the end goal for her to have the capacity to achieve a comfortable life in nice home once more. In any case, such pride may arrive the characters in various issues. In the novel by Flannery he elaborates the character of Grandmother in Bailey family by depicting to us her manipulative characteristics while in the Necklace the author indicates to us that Mathilde is a man who is serious search of life in the comfortable life. In the two cases, the practices of the heroes prompt their fall.

With everything taken into account, these two characters had more similarities in their comparison than their differences. They both had the same egotistical inspirations. They both needed something, and they couldn’t have cared less what they did to get it. They likewise had similar explanations behind keeping their insider facts calm, they feared shame. What’s more, at last they both destroyed their lives. Mrs. Loisel must be a dedicated lady for a long time, which truly inflicted significant damage on her. The grandma was murdered, and whatever remains of her family. If Mrs. Loisel and the grandma would have lifted their lives without complications all their lives would have been well without any complications. But now, much the same as most everybody throughout everyday life, they were compelled to pay dearly in doing things incorrectly. Despite the fact that they didn’t merit the discipline they got, I suggest that it was all in the ‘good fortune’ of the draw.