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What features add to the drama of this scene and helps it express its view of Whitefield?

My child is learning about The Great Awakening at school and his teacher sent home this cartoon of George Whitefield called Dr.Squintum's Exaltation or the Reformation and he has to answer to question on this cartoon. The question we are not understanding is as follows: (What features add to the drama of this scene and helps it express its view of Whitefield? Look at features such as overall composition, hand gestures, posture, and facial expressions, both of Whitefield and of others in the crowd, etc. Notice also how the Devil and the flying Spirit are depicted.) Can you please help us with this question?

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