'The Power And The Glory'.
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This paper discusses various influences and events that forced Graham Greene to write his masterpiece, 'The Power and the Glory'. The story takes places in the backdrop of the Mexican Revolution which provides an ideal setting for the discussion of the controversial topic of role of Church and State under socialist system. Greene was essentially against political groups and lobbies and therefore often chose conflicts and controversies as subject for his novels.
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