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The power and the glory : Text, Backgound and Criticism.

Author: Graham Greene; R W B ed Lewis; Peter J Conn
Publisher: New York : Viking Press, 1968.
Series: Viking critical library.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Under the law of the Red Shirts in a state located in southern Mexico, all priests of the Catholic church are automatically killed for treason. this novel is the saga of the hunt of the capture of the last practicing priest in that state, who although too weak to resist whiskey, is strong enough to bring the solace of the church to the Mexican peasants."
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Graham Greene; R W B ed Lewis; Peter J Conn
OCLC Number: 671265150
Description: 301 p.
Series Title: Viking critical library.
Responsibility: by Graham Green ; edited by R.W.B. Lewis and Peter J. Conn.

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"Under the law of the Red Shirts in a state located in southern Mexico, all priests of the Catholic church are automatically killed for treason. this novel is the saga of the hunt of the capture of the last practicing priest in that state, who although too weak to resist whiskey, is strong enough to bring the solace of the church to the Mexican peasants."

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