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The story The Root of All Evil by Graham Greene is an excellent moral story about the sins that can arise when people try too hard to keep secrets Lies scandals and murders are all created by secretive behavior leading one to believe that secrets are the root of all evil The trouble in this story begins when a few men in the town began meeting for nightly talks and the consumption of alcohol There were a few of the gentlemen who felt that they needed to gather together secretly so that annoying intruders would not be an issue They held their groups for a little while without interruption One day they realized that Herr Puckler a very annoying man surely would want to join The men began to hold their meetings in secret and they had to tell a lot of lies sin began to enter in While one man was taking his night to walk the purpose being to distract Herr Puckler from realizing the location of the meeting he entered a house in which there were naked women Without thinking he had sex with one of the ladies then came the second sin but it didnt end there with lies and fornication The man was worried for he was married His wife would be sure to hear about his indescretions so in order to prevent that he dressed himself up as a woman While walking back he was seen and recognized scandal- perhaps that was the third offence which secrecy produced Herr Puckler eventually found out about the group through an ad they had placed in the paper They were looking for a woman to make pasties for them every half hour while they drank Herr Puckler saw this as his opportunity he dressed as a woman and attended their next meeting He evesdropped and wrote down the conversation they were having Claiming they were forming a tyrannical group to over throw
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