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Power and the Glory Vision

Summary: Describing Graham Greene's vision of the human condition in Power and the Glory
In part 1 `The Power and the Glory', we are introduced to Graham Greene's vision of the world, and the human condition through

a) Language

b) Characters

c) Imagery

Using these three elements, say what kind of vision it is.

Graham Greene writes the novel in such a way that inspires the reader to be a part of it, to be there are to experience the unbelievable for oneself. As he employs a third-person narrator to tell the story, it leaves us as clueless as Mr. Tench when we are first introduced to the stranger, later learning that he is a priest, (`ah, father...') but having to discover it through Mr. Tench's discovery. We are introduced to the stranger, and due to the mystery that the narrator gives him, we are left feeling rather suspicious of this character's awkward behaviour and uncomfortable actions.

"The bloodshot eyes looked slyly...

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