Revise your the attached essay by incorporating ideas and arguments from the following outside source:
Harris, A. C. (2014). Jesus thrown everything off balance”: Grace and redemption in Flannery O’Connor’s” a good man is hard to find. Papers & Publications: Interdisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Research, 3(1), 5.
Review the attached essay you submitted to along with the feedback that you received from your instructor (attached). The next step is to revisit the short story called ‘A good man is hard to find’ (attached) and gather any passages from it that will add to your essay.
Open a new Word document and first copy and paste only the introduction of the essay. .
Review any feedback that you received about the introduction. Decide whether to revise the introduction based on the feedback from your instructor and/or new ideas you have had since you first wrote it. Then consider if the introduction will be strengthened by adding material from the above source or from the short story, such as quotes, paraphrase, and/or summary. Quoted material should not exceed 25% of the essay. Make any changes that you wish.
After that, or if you do not wish to revise the introduction, copy and paste the next paragraph to your new document and review it the same way you did the introduction. Do this with all paragraphs in the paper through the conclusion. As you work through this process, substantiate and reinforce (when necessary and appropriate) your argument at key junctures by including quotes, paraphrase, and summary, sandwiching this source material between signal phrases.
Once you have copied, pasted, and revised all the essayâ€™s paragraphs, use the spell-check tool in Microsoft Word to identify any misspellings. Make sure you have applied APA rules of style to source citations as well as the overall formatting of your essay. Include a title page and a References page
Read through the paper again to fine tune the flow and look for typos and glitches that spell check might have missed.