English literature analytic paper on Good Country People by Flannery Oconnor

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An Analytic research paper in MLA formatted on the subject of Good Country People; by Flannery OConnor with the irony of how the name and characters are not what they appear to be . How the story is misleading and the irony of the name and characters setting etc.. her christian overtones

the layout of the body should follow the following

1.Topic sentence which states a claim in support of the thesis statement
2. An elboration sentence which introduces a character, describes a situation, or action etc
3. Provide a quote in support of the claim
4. Follow up the direct quote with an interpretation or explanation
5. Conclude with a final idea

The Primary source is OConnor, Flannery. ;Good Country People;Literature Reading Fiction, Poetry and Drama.Ed. Robert Diyanni.6th ed. New York: McGraw Hill, 2007. 188-201. Print

The three secondary sources are :

1.Essays from OConnor in the above Literature text written by
Feeley,Kathleen, OnGood Country People; Literature Reading Fiction, Poetry and Drama in above Literature Text
2.Friedman, Melvin J. Flannery OConnor:Another Legend in Southern Fiction; The English Journal 51.4(1962) 233-243
3.Flannery OConnor in context by Robert DiYanni in the above ext 184-187

any additional references through JSTOR is allowed

Added on 21.03.2015 15:59
I would like 1 introduction paragraph , 1 paragraph regarding the title of the story and the irony of the name setting etc, 1 paragraph about Mrs, Hopewell, 1 paragraph about Hulga/Joy, and 1 paragraph about Manly Pointer, followed by a conclusion. for a total of 5 paragraphs. each paragraph should follow the previous guidelines of a 1. topic sentence 2. a elaborate on claim by introducing the characre,or describing a situation, 3 provide a quote, 4 follow up with interpretation of the quote, and conclude with a final idea.