The Power and the Glory - Part 1, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 3 Summary

A British man named Captain Fellows is in a canoe heading down a river toward the banana plantation on which he lives and works. As he enters his house he is not surprised to find his wife, Mrs. Fellows, sick in bed. He asks about their daughter, Coral. Mrs. Fellows tells him she is out with the policeman looking for someone. Captain Fellows is concerned and heads out to look for his daughter, but before he gets far she comes to him. She tells her father she wants him to speak with the policeman and get him to leave because she does not like the man.

Captain Fellows goes to speak with the policeman who he learns is a lieutenant. The lieutenant tells Fellows he is looking for a priest wanted for treason. Fellows immediately looses interest when he hears the...

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