The Power and the Glory

References

  1. ^ All Time 100 Novels
  2. ^ H.J.Donaghy, Graham Greene, p.40
  3. ^ The Power and the Glory New York: Viking, 1990. Introduction by John Updike.
  4. ^ name=brennan>Brennan, Michael. Graham Greene: Fictions, Faith and Authorship (London: Continuum, 2010), pp. 47, 56–59.
  5. ^ Editors (18 November 2007) "Shirley Temple scandal was real reason Graham Greene fled to Mexico." The Independent.
  6. ^ Brennan, Michael. Graham Greene: Fictions, Faith and Authorship (London: Continuum, 2010), pp. 47, 56–59.
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  9. ^ "Mexico: Palm Down". Time. 10 December 1934. Retrieved 25 May 2010. 
  10. ^ Graham Greene, The Lawless Roads, page ??
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  15. ^ "The Uneasy Catholicism of Graham Greene". New York Times. April 3, 1983. Retrieved January 5, 2014. 
  16. ^ Details given in the Who's Who 2007 article about Denis Cannan
  17. ^ IMDB entry for Play of the Week episode "The Power and the Glory"
  18. ^ Sochurek, Howard (Sept 1961), "Power and Glory of Sir Laurence", Life, issue 29
  19. ^ The Power and the Glory 1961 television movie at IMDB
  20. ^ Graham Greene. Paul VI, in 1953, a decade before becoming pope, had defended The Power and the Glory against other churchmen who wanted to censor it. Peter Godman. "Graham Greene's Vatican Dossier", The Atlantic, July/August 2001.

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