Flannery O'Connor's Stories

What does Mrs. Turpin come to understand about herself by the end of the story, and, how does that change come about?

I think she is judges people but at the end everyone is equal and she see people like her animals she is risig which are hogs dirty not clean like she sees herself

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At the end of the story Mrs. Turpin realizes that all people are equal in God's eyes. This comes about when she is forced to look at herself and how people see her after being called a "wart hog." The fact that she was compared to the lowest of animals really bothered her.