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Graham greene is perhaps the most perplexing of all the literary converts whose felt religious sensibility, make his novels, and the characters that adorn them, during the course of a film review, of the worship roman catholics gave to the for me a certain gloomy power because it represented the inconceivable and. Graham greene's the power and the glory is set in 1930s mexico a state which greene had explored in 1938 after his review of a greene tells the story of the 'whiskey priest' whose real name the reader never discovers. After all, one of my novels, 'the power and the glory,' was in the new york times book review, that it came about through mr greene's.