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- - A saint can be defined as one of Gods chosen usually Christian people A brave person can be defined as someone who has allot of courage In the novel The Power And The Glory the whiskey priest states that he isnt a saint and not even a brave man Greene shows this was an accurate statement when he talks about the fact that the whiskey priest was an alcoholic also that the whiskey priest lets himself commit a mortal sin Greene shows this was an inaccurate statement because the priest doesnt think just of himself and goes to help others in need and how the whiskey priest is able to forgive and forget very easily The author Graham Greene shows throughout the novel this was an accurate and also inaccurate self-assessment of the whiskey priest Graham Greene demonstrates how brave and courageous the whiskey priest is when he is willing to forgive people that turn on him The best example of this is when the Mestizo tells the whiskey priest that a fellow fugitive is in trouble and needs his blessing This is a trap that later costs the whiskey priest his life but he is willing to overlook this This is best shown when he eventually forgives and even prays for the Mestizo who betrayed him The priest waved his hand he bore no grudge because he expected nothing else of anything human P 198 This shows that that whiskey priest is a forgiving man and this indeed helps to validate that the whiskey priests statement is inaccurate Graham Greene portrays to the reader that the whiskey priest thinks of others before himself This is clearly evident when he goes to help the childs dyeing mother even though he knows that he will miss his boat But the stranger got up as though unwillingly he had been summoned to an occasion he couldnt
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