1 of 5
What thematic conflict does O'Connor use to represent the larger social conflicts of the 1960s South?

2 of 5
What allows Julian and his mother to escape the reality of life as poor whites in an integrated South?

3 of 5
What does Julian's mother believe to be a reflection of an individual's true nature, though Julian disagrees?

4 of 5
What object symbolizes transformations in the social landscape, and the absurdity of segregation and racial inequality?

5 of 5
Julian's mother fails to grasp the patronizing overtones of the interaction with ___.