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Spiritual and Practical Dimensions in the few selected novels of Graham Greene

*Devyani  Chaube

 

Assistant Professor

 

Department of Humanities

 

Sri  Shankaracharya Engineering College Bhilai. C. G.

 

 

**Dr. A. A. Khan

 

Professor

 

Govt. D.T. College Utai Durg C.G.

 

 

 

 

 

ABSTRACT

 

Spiritualism may mean differently to different people, but basically spiritualism is a religion with many aspects. It is presented by the authors in their fiction, which also carries an imprint of them by their own experiences in life. Graham Greene is one such author whose creativity as a writer has won him acceptance by people all around the world. At present I have selected two of his most read novels –The power and the Glory and Brighton Rock for my research article by the first hand reading of the text. They are predominant in religious themes which are pre-occupied by Roman Catholicism. Greene gave back to the English novel the spiritual dimension with different aspects in these novels. Although Greene had tried to show his interest in subjects related to religious matters, yet his characters are found dwindling between belief and disbelief. In the novels of Greene the violence is not there just because it exists in the world, but it is there because violence satisfies that moral craving for reasonable expression of human nature which is left without belief.

 

 

Key words: Spiritual, Religious, Faith, belief.

 

 

journal of english

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