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Allain, Marie-Francoise. The Other Man. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1983.

A series of interviews with Graham Greene.

Allott, Kenneth, and Miriam Farris. The Art of Graham Greene. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1951. This book on Greene remains one of the best, despite its essentially thematic approach. The chapter titles are chosen to illustrate Greene's "obsessive" subjects: the terror of life, the divided mind, the fallen world, and the universe of pity. Given their rather narrow focus, the readings are remarkably penetrating and cogent.

Consolo, Dominick P. "Graham Greene: Style and Srylistics in Five Novels." In Graham Greene: Some Critical Considerations, edited by Robert O. Evans. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1963. Console's pioneering study of four "Catholic" novels and The Quiet American provides a detailed, rigorous analysis of Greene's recurring techniques of characterization, narrative viewpoint, structure, and syntax.

DeVitis, A. A. Graham Greene. New York: Twayne, 1964. DeVitis mounts...

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