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Lonely Without God: Graham Greene’s Quixotic Journey of Faith

Author: 
Hill, Wm. Thomas (Editor)
Credentials: 
PhD; Sophia University (Japan)

This discussion of Graham Greene’s faith uses Monsignor Quixote, one of Greene’s later novels, as a departure point to discuss the author’s faith in both secular and divine terms. The scholars involved in this project wanted to explore innocence and experience, peace and war, love and hate in Greene’s richly human literary tapestry. Greene’s Christianity (or lack of it) is explored, as are his major novels and their often bleak and tatty settings.

The novels discusses include Brighton Rock, The Power and the Glory, The End of the Affair, The Honorary Consul, Dr Fischer of Geneva and, of course, Monsignor Quixote. Among the international scholars included in this collection are Mark Bosco, SJ, Debanjan Chakrabarti, Peter Christensen, Thomas Dobozy, Fr.Leopoldo Duran, Berta Cano Echevarra, Cedric Watts, B.L.Thomson and Thomas Hill. Thomas Hill is author of Graham Greene’s Wanderers and senior professor at Sophia University’s Department of Literature.

Market: 
Graham Greene, British Literature 20thc, Literary criticism 20th c., Cultural Studies, Catholicism and Modern Literature
Release Date: 
01/2008
ISBN: 
Cloth: 978-1-933146-39-3
Price: 
$74.95
Trim Size: 
6 x 9
Pages: 
264
Index: 
Yes
Bibliography: 
Yes
Illustrations: 
None
CIP: 
Yes
Publisher: 

ACADEMICA PRESS
1727 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 507
Washington, DC 20036

Irish Research Series: 
No