Have students research Graham Greene (especially his long extra-marital affair). Ask them to create a depiction (in words or pictures) of the author especially the aspects of her life that seem to "fit" with the novel.
Pick a character from The End of the Affair and create a collage representing his/her personality. Use magazines and artwork to create your collage. Be sure to select pictures and text that clearly demonstrate the character's traits as presented in the novel. Your collage should be no smaller than a piece of notebook paper (8 1/2" x 11") and no larger than a piece of poster board.
Point of View Shift
Because the majority of the novel is written from Bendrix's point of view it is difficult to know what the other characters were thinking during many of the scenes. Have students rewrite a series of chapters from the point...
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