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The Quiet American: Analyzing Pyle

Summary: Discusses the novel, The Quiet American, by Graham Greene. Analyzes the character of Pyle. Composes a three dimensional construct of the complex character.

Pyle, the quiet American, was a complex and mysterious character. His actions typified his diverse personality. In some cases he was everything but a nice reliable man, in others he was simply just that. By looking at Pyle from different angels and aspects, we could compose a three dimensional construct of who Pyle really was.

Pyle was ostensibly benign, an ideal husband, as Oscar Wilde might say. Pyle in Miss Hei' eyes was kind and young, which was always what a feminist looked for in a bachelor, undoubtfully Pyle fitted the role. This was shown through when Fowler commented "it sounds as though you (Miss Hei) were examining Mr. Pyle's marriageability." Hence, we could deduce from Miss Hei's interrogation of Pyle that he appealed to her as a "nice reliable man" and in addition the presents of the cynical Fowler made Pyle seem even more so.

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