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Notes on Good Friday

‘I always had a wish that it would “take”. Like vaccination.’
Graham Greene – The End of the Affair

Almost unknowingly, as if led by reflex, I found myself turning off the road and parking in an empty church lot. 346 more words


Henry Pulling's Middle Age Crisis

Graham Greene, Travels with My Aunt (1969)

Nestled in a playground near my apartment is a Little Free Library, to which I frequently contribute, and from which I frequently borrow, although I’ve yet to return any of the borrowed books. 535 more words


Even when I can't get excited about much else, I can get excited about reading

I’m gonna let you guys in on a little secret: being a writer is not very eventful.

Like, seriously, nothing ever happens. I mean, I get a rejection every other day. 478 more words


Living in the open air is a very different experience

I’m currently reading Graham Greene’s The Quiet American, and I’m liking it very much. Graham Greene is funny, he made a distinction between his “serious books” and his “entertainments” that seems completely nonsensical to anyone except (presumably) for him. 212 more words


The End of the Affair - Graham Greene

I fell in love with this book from the first page, the beautiful writing far outweighs the somewhat depressing underlying story of the end of the affair between Maurice Bendrix and Sarah. 521 more words

Books I Have Read

#74: The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene

I’ve put Neuromancer on hold for now, and decided to read another book from the TIME novels list, The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene. 446 more words