Graham Greene Writing Styles in The Comedians

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Greene shows the characters that he met when traveling to Haiti in a story that he invented. Due to his Catholic upbringing many of his novels include remarks that reflect his personal attitude towards this and other religions. It is through travel to Haiti that Greene became acquainted with its charm as equally as with people with whom he shared experiences. It is through opening up to such experiences that the adventurous spirit of Mr Brown is conveyed. He writes in a way that is more functional than literary. His realism and simplicity seem to be good tools in keeping the reader's attention. Visual sensitivity and descriptive imagery inspired many filmmakers.

His characters are sent to unravel what is most important to them through their damnation and salvation. They are individuals that face internal and external struggles. At the same time they seem to be suspended...

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