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Describe the Theme of Ddeath and the Afterlife in Two Stories from "Twenty One Short Stories" by Graham Greene
Graham Greene takes on the themes of death and the afterlife in quite a few of his stories, and develops them to show the many different ideas people have about these two controversial themes.
In 'Proof Positive', Major Weaver is pronouncing to the audience that he has cancer. He is proclaiming that 'the spirit was stronger than anyone realised' and that 'the spirit was everything'. Weaver seems to be extremely determined to prove this to his audience, who were not taking any notice of him. He then dies and everyone is sent away. …
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