Graham Greene Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Graham Greene.

  • 10 Biographies
  • 1 Student Essay
  • 27 Literature Criticisms
  • ...and more
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The Graham Greene Study Pack contains about 456 pages of study material in 3 products, including:

Biographies (10)

13,623 words, approx. 46 pages
Biography EssayGraham Greene was a writer who lived his life under the torment of faith. In his fictional world, where evil dominates, good-bad men are put in situations where their individual capacit... Read more
862 words, approx. 3 pages
The works of the English novelist and dramatist Graham Greene (1904-1991) explore different permutations of morality and amorality in modern society, and often feature exotic settings in different par... Read more
835 words, approx. 3 pages
A film actor who has found success in both Canada and the United States, Graham Greene (born ca. 1952) is a full-blood Oneida, born on the Six Nations Reserve in southwestern Ontario in the early 1950... Read more
4,617 words, approx. 16 pages
Graham Greene is a novelist, short-story writer, dramatist, screenplay writer, film critic, news correspondent, author of children's books, biographer, editor, essayist, and world traveler. Born in B... Read more
10,813 words, approx. 37 pages
Graham Greene is a writer who, like Fëdor Dostoevski, has lived his life under the torment of faith. When the priestly Alyosha Karamazov kisses his brother, the skeptical Ivan, at the end of the... Read more
9,250 words, approx. 31 pages
Novelist, short-story writer, dramatist, screenwriter, film critic, news correspondent, editor, essayist, biographer, and writer of children's books, Graham Greene is a recognized master of his craf... Read more
2,767 words, approx. 10 pages
Much of what is known of Graham Greene's life, character, and reading is found in his essays. As he himself points out, almost half of Ways of Escape (1980), the second volume of his autobiography, is... Read more
6,606 words, approx. 23 pages
Henry Graham Greene 's father, Charles, became the headmaster of Berkhamsted School in 1910 when Graham was six years old, the year of his earliest morbid memories of encounters first with a dead dog... Read more
3,648 words, approx. 13 pages
Books were a lifelong passion for Graham Greene. Book collecting, the ownership of books, and writing in books absorbed Greene, who haunted the auction rooms and secondhand bookshops of provincial Eng... Read more
4,778 words, approx. 16 pages
Graham Greene's career spanned a global stage, with his works set in locales as disparate as Hanoi and Havana, Liberia and Lithuania, Mexico and Malaya. Greene also deliberately sought out hazardous a... Read more