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Bloom, Harold, and William Golding, eds., Graham Greene, Modern Critical Views series, Chelsea House, 1992.

Noted literary scholars Bloom and Golding explore Greene's life and career in this installment of their Modern Critical Views series. Besides reviewing Greene's biographical information, the editors examine Greene's body of work, commenting on themes, style, and influences.

Cassis, A. F., ed., Graham Greene: Man of Paradox, Loyola Press, 1994.

This collection of fifty-seven essays and excerpts includes writings by the author, interviews, and writings about Greene by others, all of which give the reader a sense of what kind of man Greene was personally and professionally. Topics covered include writing, Catholicism, and the writer's role in modern society. Contributors include Evelyn Waugh and Anthony Burgess.

Thomson, David, England in the Twentieth Century,1914-1979, Viking Penguin, 1990.

Thomson provides an overview of world events of the twentieth century (including both world wars, the depression, etc.) as...

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