The power and the glory

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Penguin Books, Jul 28, 1977 - 221 pages
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Great prose and technique. - LibraryThing
Good plot and filled with quibbles on theology. - LibraryThing
I'm always in awe of Graham Greene's writing. - LibraryThing

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A nameless priest is on the run in an intolerant Communist Mexican state where religion has been outlawed. He is a bit of a drinker and has even fathered a child, yet he doesn't think of renouncing ... Read full review

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It was good and at times very sad. I think I would have appreciated it more if I were Catholic. Even as a Pastor, some of the scenes that should have moved me failed to. I felt awful that people were ... Read full review

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