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Graham Greene Quotes (No.6)

“She thought for the first time, with happiness: perhaps I have a life in people’s minds when I am not there to be seen or talked to.” – Graham Greene, Stamboul Train/Orient Express

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"The End of the Affair" by Graham Greene (1951) - book review

After reluctantly putting this book down, couldn’t help but ignorantly wonder if parts of this book were autobiographical, particularly in terms of the recurring religious theme. 311 more words

Books

OUT OF AFRICA BY WAY OF NEW YORK

Rick’s Journal  —  MY FILMCAREER

Restless City
Andrew Dosunmu
2011

John Anderson, discussing this director’s film Mother of George in the New York Times, describes Dosunmu’s framing as “unorthodox.”  I have not seen… 502 more words

Reviews

Into the Library

I know…you’ve heard it all before, My Dear Readers, that I get all excited about this and that and the other thing and I forget that people need sleep and food and fresh air. 396 more words

Writers

Adapting the Page: The End of the Affair by Graham Greene

“So this is a record of hate far more than of love.” ~Maurice Bendrix

Maurice Bendrix is a character so full of hatred and jealousy, that I absolutely loved him!

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Book Reviews

The Callow Man Within

When you come to know and love a writer’s work based on his mature output, it can be almost a shock to read his early writings. 726 more words

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