The Green Pastures - Part 2, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Scene 6 Summary

God is writing at his desk. Hosea, a dignified old man with wings like Jacob's, stands outside waiting. God, still angry, does not let him enter though he senses Hosea's presence. Gabriel knocks at the door and enters to tell God that the delegation wants to see him. Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Moses enter to ask God to return to the Hebrews. God reminds them that they have asked the same question for hundreds of years, and they know that God has given up on mankind and will not intervene for them again.

Hosea passes by the door again. Gabriel is perplexed as God again ignores him. God says he does not like that man. Gabriel explains that he is just a prophet, old Hosea, who arrived in Heaven the other day. God says Hosea is one of the few who have come to Heaven...

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