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Quote of the Day

Not only does Vietnam rank among my favourite places in the world, but one of my most enduring memories of the country is how you can purchase a photocopied version of Graham Green’s  209 more words

Netflix: please continue 'Longmire'

Several weeks ago while bored and looking for an instant view show on Netflix to binge on, I joined the “posse” and became hooked on  374 more words

Catholic Storytelling

Great Catholic narratives grapple with suffering and doubt—experiences that transcend the faith and appeal to readers and viewers of different beliefs

— The Atlantic

Philosophical Literature

The End of the Affair by Graham Greene *****

The End of the Affair by Graham Greene

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“So long as one is happy, one can endure any discipline. It was unhappiness that broke down the habits of work. 187 more words


On Working and Putting in the Time

I have no talent. It’s just the question of working, of being willing to put in the time.

~ Graham Greene (1904 – 1991)
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Writer Quotes

Brighton Rock

Thoughts  by Graham Greene, Blackstone Audiobook 2011 (orig 1938), 9 hours 48 minutes.

Narrated by Richard Brown.

BAILED. I just found myself avoiding it. And when I did have it on – usually while driving – I didn’t pay a bleep of attention to it. 81 more words


The Rack (Ellis)

Published 30+ years after The Magic Mountain, A.E. Ellis’ The Rack has some similarities with Mann’s novel, though, thankfully, it’s several hundred pages shorter. It’s been a while since I’ve read the Mann, but Ellis’ book came across to me as more thoughtfully constructed. 309 more words