Graham (Henry) Greene Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 31 pages of information about the life of Graham (Henry) Greene.
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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 craft, a prolific entertainer (self-proclaimed in many of his subtitles) who tells a good tale while challenging values, perceptions, and worldviews. He has been called "the first major English-writing novelist who is also a Catholic" (Harry Sylvester); "one of the really significant novelists now writing in any language" (Sean O'Faolain); and "a searching, irresistible talent and a true magician ... in the descent of the modern masters" (Morton D. Zabel). In his work Greene has encompassed both the theological and the secular and has combined comedy and tragedy in mixtures labeled "heretical," "Catholic," "sordid" and "wry." Zabel argues that he raised the thriller "to a skill and artistry few other writers of the period, and none in English, had arrived at." Arthur Calder-Marshall...

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