The Revelation by Flannery OConnor
a message to the reader. She died in 1964, just before her last book was published. She insists that he take the last vacant chair. As the conversation gets more racist and politically incorrect, Mary Graces rage slowly builds up to a boiling point. Claud then suggests that "this girl" ought to be paddled. The office is crowded with a lot of patients. It was published in 1965 in her short story collection. This is shown as she sits with her husband in a waiting room in the doctors office. The order of the people in the procession that Mrs Turpin sees is important because for the first time Mrs Turpin can see that her own hierarchical belief has been wrong. Thus, the last will be first, and the first will be last.-Matthew 20:16. Whose parents would give her anything." and obviously frustrated, says that "this girl" should be grateful for all she has in life. She looks into Mary Grace's eyes and has a feeling that Mary Grace has a knowing of her and a message to give.
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The girl is subdued and given a sedative by the doctor and nurse who call an ambulance. "Go back to hell where you came from, you old wart hog whispers Mary Grace as the sedative takes effect and she is taken away. (Sounds like most of the college students on Tumblr). Her voice was low but clear. Ruby condescends to make conversation with a stylish lady whos sitting nearby. The theme of racism is further echoed in the waiting room when the woman that Mrs Turpin considers to be white trash tells her They ought to send all them niggers back to Africa. Taken from her Everything That Rises Must Converge collection the story is narrated in the third person and begins with the main protagonist, Mrs Turpin looking for a seat in a doctors waiting room. She feels her actions and decisions make her superior to black people and those she calls "white trash." The story opens as she and her husband Claud enter a doctor's crowded waiting room. Mary Graces eyes are again significant later in the story when Mrs Turpin again notices them after Mary Grace has attacked her. She notices that it is starting to get dark and despite the noise of the crickets the only noise Mrs Turpin hears is the voices of the souls climbing upward into the starry field and shouting hallelujah. Turpin finds this comment very unsettling, and she wonders if it may have been a message from.
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