The Keys of the Kingdom is a realistic fiction novel written by A.J. Cronin. The main focus of the story is on a certain Fr. Chisolm. This man is one unusual, yet extraordinary person. He is a kind, loving, generous, and honest man who makes for an ideal priest. In some instances he even risks his life to save others. Fr. has the criterion characteristics to be a remarkable person and carries out his
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the novel. The risks and the will power that Francis has, make the novel exciting. These events add some action to the story to put us in awe. When we understand why someone like Francis acts so unusual in a good way that Francis does, it help make the novel more enjoyable. This is what makes the story a good one.
Cronin, A.J. The Keys of the Kingdom. Boston: Back Bay Books, 1941.