The Power and the Glory - Part 2, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 4 Summary

The priest returns to the banana plantation looking for the young girl, Coral, that offered to help him. He figures because she is a foreigner the police will not hurt her, and she is the only one that can help him. It took him a week to reach the banana plantation and when he does he finds their home abandoned. The only living thing is a starving dog. The priest enters the empty house and the dog follows. He has not eaten in days but finds no food. Finally he finds an old bone with a scrap of meat left on it. He fights off the dog for it and eats the rotten meat hungrily. He feels guilty for eating the whole thing and throws the bone to the dog. The priest searches the house but finds little. He comes across...

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