Graham (Henry) Greene Biography

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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 Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, he is the fourth of six children of Marion Raymond Greene and Charles Henry Greene, the headmaster at Berkhamstead School. Greene received his elementary education at his father's school. From 1922 to 1925 he attended Balliol College, Oxford, where he edited the Oxford Outlook and won an exhibition in modern history. After serving a brief apprenticeship in journalism in Nottingham, he was hired in 1926 as a subeditor for the London Times in the letters department. In 1926 Greene converted to Catholicism. The next year he married Vivien Dayrell-Browning. After his first novel, The Man Within , was published in 1929, he left the Times and has lived mainly by his writing ever since. Greene's first play, The Living Room, was not produced or published...

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