Writer’s Wednesday: Graham Greene

Click Here to Read: Graham Greene on Wikipedia.

Click Here to Read: Graham Greene (1904-1991) on the Greeneland website.

Click Here to Read: Graham Greene, 86, Dies; Novelist of the Soul in The New York Times on April 4, 1991.

Click Here to Read: The 100 best novels: No 71 – The End of the Affair by Graham Greene (1951): Graham Greene’s moving tale of adultery and its aftermath ties together several vital strands in his work by Robert McCrum On the Guardian website on January 26, 2015.

Click Here to Read: The End of the Party by Graham Greene (1904-1991) on the Classic Shorts.com website,

Click Here to Read:  Ever Greene Review of the Last Word and Other Stories by Graham Greene, Reviewed By Daniel Stern in The New York Times on February 24, 1991

Click Here to Read: Revisiting The Power and the Glory During Lent: Graham Greene’s 1940 novel was condemned by the Vatican, but its flawed protagonist offers a deeper way to think about faith by Nick Ripartrazone in the Atlantic Monthly on February 14, 2016.

Click Here to Read and Listen To: Feeling ‘The Power And The Glory’ by Scott Turow on the NPR Radio website.

Click Here to Read: Shades of Greene by Zadie Smith on the Guardian website on September 17, 2004.

Click Here to Read: Graham Greene: The Top 10 Underrated Must-Reads by Tara Heuzé on the Culture Trip website on January 4, 2017.

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