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Article: My Five Favourite Fiction, and Five Favourite Non-Fiction, Books

I like order, so whenever I’m tagged in one of those “list your favourite books” things on Facebook, or just generally asked what my favourite book is, I have to refrain from tearing my hair out, because I can’t seem to settle on a definitive list, and immediately regret certain choices and omissions after I’ve made them. 987 more words

H. P. Lovecraft

Movie Monday* 12.15.14

THE THIRD MAN (NR, B&W, 104 mins, Selznick Releasing Organization, U.S. Release: February 2, 1950)

“You know what the fellow said: In Italy for 30 years under the Borgias they had warfare, terror, murder and bloodshed, but they produced Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and the Renaissance. 129 more words


Review of 'The Bachelor of Arts' by R K Narayan

One of Narayan’s earlier books still set in the mystical South Indian town of Malgudi, the novel is mostly a breezy affair though it should appear to be bizarre to the modern readers.

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The third man project

This mini project was part of the same unit mentioned in the previous post. We had to reproduce the same atmosphere and feeling that in the film from 1949 directed by Carol Reed which was based on the novel with the same title written as well by Graham Greene. 172 more words


"Brighton rock" 2014 brand new book cover

 Brighton Rock is a novel by Graham Greene, published in 1938, and later made into films, a 1947 film and a 2010 film. The novel is a murder thriller set in 1930s Brighton. 42 more words

Susan Grindley: Expedition to Greeneland.

Graham Greene, Antibes. © Dmitri Kasterine 1983.

Expedition to Greeneland by Susan Grindley

There was a problem with the spellings
of Yeastrol, or Yeastrel, and Tontons Macoutes. 154 more words

Literary London

REVIEW: The End of the Affair by Graham Greene

5/5 stars (*****)

Firstly, I should say that this is one of my favourite books. Secondly, I should probably also say that this has made me question Catholicism again and again (much like Waugh does to me), and therefore I’ll automatically love it. 350 more words