The Obsession of Graham Greene

Thought: A Journal of Philosophy 45 (1):20-44 (1970)
Although unsettling to many, Graham Greene's aesthetic obsession is not perverse or morbid but an impressive vision, a faithful intuition of the contemporary religious dilemma
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