The End of the Affair Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

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Throughout The End of the Affair, Graham Greene juxtaposes scenes from the past with the narrator's present life. Select one of the chapters where he does this and: 1) Describe the past and present scenes presented in the chapter 2) Discuss the relationship between the two scenes. What do the two scenes have to do with each other? Why does Greene choose to place these two scenes from different time periods within the same chapter?

Throughout The End of the Affair, Graham Greene juxtaposes scenes from the past with the narrator's present life. Select one of the chapters where he does this and:

1) Describe the past and present scenes presented in the chapter

2) Discuss the relationship between the two scenes. What do the two scenes have to do with each other? Why does Greene choose to place these two scenes from different time periods within the same chapter?

In The End of the Affair, a few minor characters have a major impact on the story line. Select one of the following minor characters to analyze: Parkis, Richard Smythe, Mrs. Bertram or Father Crompton. Discuss: 1) The personality (character traits) of this character 2) The relationship between this minor character and the major characters in the story 3) The impact of this character on the story line--How does s/he influence the overall story line? How would the story be different if this character was removed?

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