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The paper explores Hulga's redemption in Flannery O'Connor's "Good Country People" and why her redemption is necessary. The paper explains the theme of the price of true redemption and discusses reasons for Hulga's transformation.
From the Paper:"In Flannery O'Connor's short story "Good Country People," the character of Hulga undergoes a significant transformation during the course of the narrative. Indeed because of a catastrophe that befalls her, Hulga experiences an unpleasant awakening which completely alters her view of the world. At the story's opening, she is a bitter hopeless woman who has virtually no spiritual beliefs of which to speak."
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