How do the traditions, wealth, faith, and values of our social class influence how we understand ourself and others? Argue your point using Flannery O’Connor’s “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” and your own personal thoughts and experiences.After thoroughly exploring all of this week’s text and resources, think critically about all the information you’ve absorbed and craft a detailed, planned response to the reading. Make sure to answer to the guiding question using quoted text evidence and specific, concrete examples. If it helps, feel free to use the template below in order to flex those writing muscles!In Flannery O’Connor’s short story “A Good Man Is Hard to Find,” she argues through the Grandmother character’s interaction with others that the traditions, wealth, faith and values of our social class influence our worldview by __________. She makes this clear in the scene when __________ and __________says, “__________,” and also when __________ says, “__________” when __________. In sum, these lines from “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” demonstrate O’Connor’s conviction that __________ by __________. In my own opinion of her argument, I think my worldview is shaped by my traditions, wealth, and faith by __________. I can primarily see this in my experiences through __________. This helps me to understand that our social context is powerful because it __________.