From the storyline of the novel "A Good Man is Hard to Find", we can infer that the Grandmother whose name is unspoken considers herself to be morally better than others.
How does she think and act differently than her son, Bailey, and her grandchildren, John Wesley and June Star?
The grandmother sees Bailey, John Wesley and June Star as epitomes of the moral decay that she points out in the society.
Interestingly, she is viewed by other to be selfcentered but this changes towards the end of the story.
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