Graham Greene as Moralist

Finn, James
May 1990
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1990, Issue 3, p22
Explores the beliefs and attitudes of Graham Greene concerning politics and religion as depicted in a number of his novels and plays. Difficulty of deciphering his relation to his imaginative works; Pervasiveness of Catholicism and religious sense in his works; Reason behind his opposition to liberation theology; His attraction toward Communism.


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