Tag: Graham Greene

Oh, God, Leave Me Alone: Fleeing and Finding God in Graham Greene’s “The End of the Affair”

We find in Graham Greene’s The End of the Affair that a thin line lies between fleeing and finding God. The subtext of the main character’s plea, “O, God, leave me alone” could well be, “O, God, reveal Yourself to me.”

A Burnt-Out Case: Finding Wholeness through Adversity

Sometimes, as found in Graham Greene’s “A Burnt Out Case,” a person must reach wholeness through suffering.