The Green Pastures - Study Guide Part 1, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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The setting is God's private office in Heaven, which resembles the office of an African American lawyer in Louisiana. It is a small room with a window that looks out on the sky. A framed religious print with a calendar attached underneath hangs on the wall next to the window. God sits in an old, creaky swivel armchair behind a battered roll top desk that is open and contains various papers stuck in pigeonholes. A row of law books sits on a shelf about the desk. A cuspidor and wastebasket are near the desk. God removes a cigar from a box on the desk and puffs on it without bothering to light it. The Archangel Gabriel sits in one of the cheap pine chairs in the office. He and God have been discussing the day's business, including the molting of the wings of Cherub Christina...

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