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London Stories: A Little Place Off the Edgware Road by Graham Greene

This is a very short review!

I read Graham Greene’s The End of the Affair awhile back. I liked his writing, but the plot not so much – I was put off by the long talks of God – which pained me at the time because I was hoping Greene would be a good pick for one of my year-long reading projects! 121 more words


Track of the Day - GRAHAM GREENE 'Flight of the Kelpies'

‘Flight of the Kelpies’ is a beautiful instrumental rock track taken from Australian guitarist Graham Greene’s latest EP ‘The Guitar Vinci Code’ – a stunning release from this talented musician. 80 more words


Movie Review: Wind River

Last week I reviewed two German films that I feel are worth watching if only because they deal with groups of people (Kurds and Yenish) whose stories are underrepresented on film. 924 more words


Review: Wind River

Wind River

      Writer/director Taylor Sheridan, who previously scripted the fantastic Sicario and Hell or High Water, makes his directorial debut here with a haunting and taut thriller. 312 more words


Writing is a form of therapy; sometimes I wonder how all those who do not write, compose, or paint can manage to escape the madness, melancholia, the panic and fear which is inherent in a human situation.

Graham Greene, Ways of Escape

Never Catch the Covert Look

I have been posting too many videos of ephemera these past few weeks. To rectify this: let me quote from Graham Greene’s The Heart of the Matter… 106 more words

The Human Factor by Graham Greene

The Human Factor is a novel about a very ordinary, almost nondescript, man who makes his living in the shady world of espionage.  It’s not your typical spy novel however. 1,487 more words

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