Discussion Question: Beyond what we have discussed in this module, where else do you find Agee using religion or the Bible? To what end? Postings should be approximately 90-100 words “Inductions and The Reverent Voice As you have progressed through your reading, you may have noticed a distinctive reverential tone the writer has toward his material. One of the things Agee insists upon is to allow the farmers’ lives to be revealed for what they are, not to be distilled down into fiction, or put on display even in the name of social change. Part Three: Inductions is in part a look back at the particulars of the initial meetings Agee and Evans had with the tenant families. What general conclusions is he drawing from revisiting these particular memories? You will also find in this section biblical allusions that enhance and expand meaning of the text and add to its reverential tone. We will be analyzing these allusions and their impact on your reading.” Agee, James, and Walker Evans. Let Us Now Praise Famous Men. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1960. Print. ISBN-13: 9780618127498 In this module you are required to read Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, Part Three.