Teacher for a Day

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"On one level the story's title refers to the words of a popular song 'A good man is hard to find/ You always get the other kind'  But on another level it also suggests Christ's rebuke to Peter when Peter tried to call him good, and Jesus responded that no one should be called good (Mark 10:18)" (Desmond).

   This line as well as many others do not seem to go along with the thesis of violence, surface action vs. depth and complexities.  Is it just me or does this paper almost seem to lack focus?  This person proves points although I am not entirely sure they are the same points he started out proving.  I'm done being teacher for a day.

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