Revelation involves exposing something into view, and in the story, Mrs. In this situation, a violent act by the girl is completely unpredictable. The action around the conflict is completely surprising and unpredictable.
Turpin and the grunts made when Mrs. Turpin is conversing with another character and is not talking to the girl. Byhowever, O'Connor's health was beginning to fail, and by April of that year, as a result of an abdominal operation, the lupus was reactivated.
Symbolizing Purgatory is evident in the final revelation Mrs. Her name alludes to two Catholic beliefs: Mary, the intermediary between man and Jesus, and Grace, the unmerited favor which God bestows man.
During her lifetime, Southerners were very prejudiced towards people of other races and lifestyles. Perhaps the most important influence on the story is religion.
Turpin says that she and Claud own a home and land and have hogs which they keep in a pen so their feet don't get dirty; they keep them clean by hosing them down. Turpin saw her prejudice through an impaired eye. This time there was no mistaking that there was something urgent behind them.
During her lifetime, Southerners were very prejudiced towards people of other races and lifestyles.