What is the historical context of The Destructors by Graham Greene?
Graham Greene wrote the short story 'The Destructors' in the early 1950s as the UK and the rest of Europe were in the process of rebuilding after the destruction of World War II. In the story, the local gang takes apart a house that had survived for 200 years, even through the Blitz during World War II.
The point of view in the story "The Destructors" by Graham Greene is third-person point of view. In third-person point of view, the narrator is someone that can see everything that is going on in the story but is not necessarily a character in the story. Other stories with this point of view are the Harry Potter series and the Chronicles of Narnia series.