Flannery O'Connor's Stories

considering luckynell's innocence, what does the story imply about a person's ability to remain innocent in the modern world


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I'm not sure that luckynell has too much to choose from. Her mother wants stability and pretty much calls the shots. Innocence takes a back seat to self-interest of both mother and Mr. Shiftlet.