Graham Greene

A Literary Life

  • Authors
  • Neil Sinyard

Part of the Literary Lives book series (LL)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Neil Sinyard
    Pages 9-14
  3. Neil Sinyard
    Pages 15-22
  4. Neil Sinyard
    Pages 23-33
  5. Neil Sinyard
    Pages 34-41
  6. Neil Sinyard
    Pages 42-57
  7. Neil Sinyard
    Pages 58-76
  8. Neil Sinyard
    Pages 86-95
  9. Neil Sinyard
    Pages 109-119
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 120-169

About this book

Introduction

A new title in Palgrave Macmillan's Literary Lives series, this is a biographical narrative of Graham Greene's literary career. Among other things, it explores his motives for writing; the literary and cinematic influences that shaped his work; his writing routine and the importance of his childhood experience. Greene was elusive and enigmatic, and this book teases out the fiction from his autobiographies, the autobiography from his fictions, sharing Paul Theroux's view that you may not know Greene from his face or speech 'but from his writing, you know everything.'

Keywords

bibliography biography chronology cinema event experience fiction knowledge writing

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