You have read "The Lottery" by Jackson and "A Good Man is Hard to Find" by O''Connor. Now it is time to argue who does conflict better. In at least two well-structure paragraphs, please respond to the following prompt:
Which of the two stories exemplifies better the external conflict device of Man vs. Man?
Be sure to use text examples and in text citations. Use your best academic persuading techniques including a thesis statement and cited support.
hirley Jackson''s chilling dystopian story, "The Lottery," is rife with conflict. As a cautionary tale, "The Lottery" is just as effective in modern times as in 1948 (pages 334-343)
Jackson, S. (2017). The lottery. In L. Kirszner & S. Mandell (Eds.), Portable literature: Reading, reacting, writing, 9thed (pp. 334-343). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. (Original work published 1948)
Flannery O''Connor''s dark tale, "A Good Man is Hard to Find," established her as a respected author of everyday conflicts in Southern life. You might be surprised to consider who the real villain is in this religious-infused story of sin and corruption (pages 295-309)
O''Connor, F. (2017). A good man is hard to find. (2017). In L. Kirszner & S. Mandell (Eds.), Portable literature: Reading, reacting, writing, 9thed (pp. 295-309). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. (Original work published 1955)
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