According to Aristotle, for a man to lead a happy life he must learn each of the intellectual virtues, and practice each of the moral virtues throughout his life. The author writes in third person limited point of view to portray the tragic journey of a family who lived in Georgia in What is it that drives a person to kill?
O'Connor writes a story of a Grandmother versus a Misfit, or good versus evil.
The author writes in third person limited point of view to portray the tragic journey of a family who lived in Georgia in They will eventually agree to head for Florida, once in the car the family will go through a series of events that will shapen each indivudal character.
As the point of view is exhibited in the story with great deal of perspective, diction is a factor of how the point of view is carried in the dialogue of the story. The grandmother has a strong faith in god and it affects every aspect of her life.
The family that the story surrounds has planned a trip to Florida for a family vacation.