The Power and the Glory

4 April 2015
A review of Graham Greene’s The Power and the Glory with an emphasis on Greene’s relationship with the Catholic Church.

“The Power and the Glory” depicts a period in history when the Mexican government sought to distance itself from and even eliminate altogether the influence of the Catholic Church in Mexico. This paper discusses Greene’s standing with the Catholic Church from being known as the Catholic novelist to his depiction of his main character in the story – a fallen, alcoholic priest, the father of a child .

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