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  1. The Heart of the Matter ; Orient Express ; A Burnt-out Case ; The Third Man ; The Quiet American ; Loser Takes All ; The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene, 1977-03
  2. The Third Man and The Fallen Idol (Classic, 20th-Century, Penguin) by Graham Greene, 1992-07-01
  3. England Made Me (Classic, 20th-Century, Penguin) by Graham Greene, 1992-03-01
  4. The Graham Greene Film Reader: Reviews, Essays, Interviews and Film Stories (Applause Books) by Graham Greene, 2000-05-01
  5. Travels with My Aunt (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition) by Graham Greene, 2004-09-28
  6. The Ministry of Fear: An Entertainment (Penguin Classics) by Graham Greene, 2005-04-26
  7. The Man Within (Penguin Classics) by Graham Greene, 2005-04-26
  8. Twenty-One Stories (Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics) by Graham Greene, 1993-06-01
  9. The Life of Graham Greene: Volume II: 1939-1955 (Vol 2) by Norman Sherry, 1996-05-01
  10. Graham Greene: A Life in Letters
  11. It's a Battlefield (Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics) by Graham Greene, 1992-04-01
  12. The Portable Graham Greene (Penguin Classics) by Graham Greene, 2005-01-25
  13. The Tenth Man by Graham Greene, 1998-02-01
  14. The Quiet American (Critical Library, Viking) by Graham Greene, 1996-01-01

21. Graham Greene Life Stories, Books, & Links
Stories about graham greene s life and A BurntOut Case, A Sort of Life, Brighton Rock, The End of the Affair, The Power and the Glory, The Quiet American.
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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION Graham Greene (1904 - 1991) Category: English Literature Born: October 2, 1904
Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England Died: April 3, 1991
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On this day in 1904 Graham Greene was born. According to Greene's biographers, the "Greeneland" in which his fictional fringe-dwellers and tortured souls would struggle to live was discovered in adolescence. One 1991 obituary said that "If Greene's key characters had been animals one cannot help feeling that they would have been compassionately put down." top of page SELECTED WORKS BY THIS AUTHOR A Burnt-Out Case
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22. Graham Greene
The British Library has an extensive collection of published works by the writer graham greene including many first editions of his famous works.
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The British Library has an extensive collection of published works by the writer Graham Greene including many first editions of his famous works. The finding list below, which primarily lists first UK editions of Greene's works in chronological order, is derived from the British Library Integrated Catalogue Novels
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The Man within . London: William Heinemann, 1929. Shelfmark: Cup.410.f.559
T he Name of action . London: William Heinemann, 1930. Shelfmark: Cup.410.f.560
Rumour at nightfall . London: William Heinemann, 1931. Shelfmark: Cup.410.f.561

23. Graham Greene's Vietnam - The Quiet American
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This article was written by Tom Curry Graham Greene The Quiet American by Graham Greene ought to be required reading for anyone planning a visit to Vietnam. For more than forty years, this prophetic portrait of the failing days of French colonial rule has been alternately praised and reviled by critics, but still stands as the definitive, though fictionalized account of the terrible confrontation between moral dissipation and dangerous naivete that plagued this tropical nation for so many decades. Vietnam has come a long way from those troubled times. Since Graham Greene's death in 1991 a plethora of biographies has emerged, each stressing the real world sources for much of what the author wrote, and each including old photographs of the places where he lived and drank and caroused. Given the intervening twenty years of war and twenty more of political isolation, it would come as no surprise to find that none of Greene's old haunts in Vietnam are still standing. But not only are they still there, many of them have been restored to better than mint condition. Indeed, Vietnam today is full of astonishing contrasts to the opium-soaked, decadent world of Greene's novel, and the irony of some of these contrasts can only be deliberate. Advertisement:

24. Graham Greene Birthplace Trust Home Page
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The charitable object of the Trust is to promote the appreciation and study of the works of Graham Greene. The Trust's registered charity number is 1064839. Graham Greene was born in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, on 2 October 1904. His father was headmaster of the Berkhamsted Boys' School. Graham became one of the most successful British authors of the twentieth century, writing film reviews, plays, short stories, essays, "entertainments", novels and travel books. Many of his novels have been turned into films, including the ever-popular "The Third Man". Part of Berkhamsted School Portrait of Graham Greene
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25. BBC - BBC Four - Audio Interviews - Graham Greene
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... Contact Us Like this page? Send it to a friend! Graham Greene 1904 - 1991 A Writer at Work 15 August 1969 Radio 4 Graham Greene talks to Christopher Burstall about his experience of psycho-analysis 1 min 48 his sense of being hunted, the excitement of danger, playing Russian roulette, his manic depression 4 min 39 the importance of dreams and nightmares 2 min 12 his thoughts on death and the afterlife 1 min 8 Indo-China and his opium habit 2 min 45 You will need RealPlayer to access these clips. Visit WebWise for help downloading RealPlayer Graham Greene English novelist, short-story writer, travel writer, playwright and screenwriter One of the most widely read novelists of the 20th century, Graham Greene's action-packed stories, sharp dialogue and visual power have also been made into films. Read more Further Links Graham Greene Centenary BBC News - Vatican's bid to censure Graham Greene About the BBC Help ... Advertise with us

26. Greene, Graham | Authors | Guardian Unlimited Books
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The Catherine Walston/graham greene Papers consist in bulk of correspondence written by greene to Lady Walston over a span of three decades from 1946

Graham Henry Greene was born on October 2, 1904, in Berkhampsted, Hertfordshire, England. His father was Charles Henry Greene, headmaster of the Berkhampsted School, which Greene also attended, and his mother was Marion Raymond Greene, a cousin of the famous British novelist Robert Louis-Stevenson. In 1927, Greene married Vivien Dayrell Browning, who survives him, together with their two children, Mrs. Lucy Caroline (Greene) Bourget and Francis Greene. Greene is ranked among the greatest of twentieth-century writers. The author of plays, short stories, non-fiction works, and children's books, he is probably best known as a novelist. He achieved his first literary success with the publication of his thriller novel "Stamboul Train" (Heinemann, 1932), published in the U.S. as "Orient Express" (1932), which subsequently became a motion picture under the same title. On April 3, 1991, Greene died of a blood disease in Vevey, Switzerland. For further biographical and bibliographical information, refer to the following sources:

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30. Graham Greene - Overview - MSN Movies
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31. Graham Greene
A list of spy fiction by graham greene.
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From the classic thriller Brighton Rock to the humorous Our Man In Havana, Graham Greene is one of the most literate and skilled authors of spy fiction. Across the Bridge
Brighton Rock
Burnt-out Case
Captain and the Enemy
Cheap in August
Confidential Agent
Dr Fischer of Geneva, or The Bomb Party
Dream of a Strange Land
End of the Affair
England Made Me Getting to Know the General Gun for Sale Heart of the Matter Honorary Consul Human Factor It's A Battlefield Last Word and other stories Lawless Roads Lord Rochester's Monkey Loser Takes All Man Within May We Borrow Your Husband Ministry of Fear Our Man In Havana Power and the Glory Quiet American Sort of Life Stamboul Train Tenth Man Third Man Ways of Escape When Greek Meets Greek Back to the Bookshelf Back to the Secret Agent's Homepage

32. Graham Greene On LibraryThing | Catalog Your Books Online
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33. Graham Greene - Northern Stars
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GRAHAM GREENE b. June 22, 1952 on the Six Nations Reserve, Ontario This image is scanned from an autographed photo in The Northern Stars Collection. G raham Greene was the recipient of the 2004 Earle Grey Award. This award is presented to an actor/actress for a body of work in Canadian television or for significant contribution to the international profile of Canadian television. The recipient is presented with a Gemini Award statue. VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release Running Brave (1983) Revolution (1985) Murder Sees the Light (TV-1986) Powwow Highway (1989) Where the Spirit Lives (1989) Lost in the Barrens (TV-1990) Dances with Wolves (1990) Clearcut (1992) The Last of his Tribe (TV-1992) Thunderheart (1992) Rain Without Thunder (1992) Spirit Rider (TV-1993)

34. Screenonline: Greene, Graham (1904-1991) Biography
graham greene s contribution to British cinema is probably the greatest of any novelist of his or indeed any other - generation.
@import url(../../../css/bfi_global.css); Home Film Television People ... Help Search Greene, Graham (1904-1991) Writer, Critic Graham Greene 's contribution to British cinema is probably the greatest of any novelist of his - or indeed any other - generation. Collaborations with Carol Reed The Fallen Idol The Third Man Our Man in Havana (1960) - and the Boultings' Brighton Rock (1947) are especially notable. Virtually all his novels and novellas have been filmed, with Greene adapting Our Man in Havana and The Comedians (US, d. Peter Glenville, 1967) and writing and co-producing The Stranger's Hand (UK/Italy, d. Mario Soldati, 1953). He also adapted Saint Joan (UK/US, d. Otto Preminger, 1957) from Shaw 's play. His career as a critic began in the 1930s with stints at The Spectator and Night and Day . The latter publication was forced to close as a result of damages awarded in a libel action brought against the publishers by Twentieth Century-Fox when Greene , in a review of the studio's Wee Willie Winkie (US, d. John Ford, 1937), queried the sexual exploitation of the film's child star Shirley Temple Greene was an outspoken and influential critic, and wrote an unfavourable review of

35. Graham Greene Letter - Muriel Spark - National Library Of Scotland
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36. Graham Greene Achill Island, Ireland - Page 1 Of 3
Profile of graham greene and his time on Achill Island, Co Mayo, Ireland. Novelist graham greene stayed on Achill Island with lover Catherine Walston in the
Graham Greene, the English novelist, was a regular visitor to Achill Island in the late 1940s. Greene he stayed in the Achill cottage of his lover, wealthy American society hostess Catherine Walston. Graham Greene finished several novels on Achill Island, including Heart of the Matter and The Fallen Idol.
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British novelist Graham Greene, author of such classics as Brighton Rock The Third Man and The End of the Affair , visited and stayed on Achill Island a number of times in the late 1940s. He wrote parts of the novels The Heart of the Matter (subsequently banned in Ireland) and The Fallen Idol in the village of Dooagh, and Achill Island is also said to have inspired Greene to write some of his best poetry. Graham Greene retained a special affection for Achill Island, which he mentioned frequently in his letters and notes, although this was largely due to the circumstances of his visits. Graham Greene was introduced to Achill by his mistress, Catherine Walston. The story of Graham Greene's relationship with Catherine Walston, the vivacious American wife of millionaire British MP Harry (later Lord) Walston, has been chronicled in William Cash's book 'The Third Woman' (pub. 2000) and was turned into a film

37. Graham Greene Quotes - The Quotations Page
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38. The Unquiet Graham Greene
There was something bizarre, indeed something almost surreal, about George W. Bush’s recent reference to graham greene’s novel The Quiet American in his
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by Joseph Pearce The Quiet American The Quiet American The Quiet American, Be that as it may, The Quiet American jihad The Quiet American! Divine Comedy Romeo and Juliet , to call down a plague on both their houses? Stamboul Train and Brighton Rock The Name of Action Orthodoxy, The Thing, and The Everlasting Man The Ballad of the White Horse and the novels The Man Who Was Thursday and The Napoleon of Notting Hill. Apologia pro Vita Sua , a classic of conversion literature, as one of his favorite books. The Quiet American The Heart of the Matter Another member of the Catholic clergy, in this case a bishop, reminded the author of The Heart of the Matter At the other end of the critical spectrum, the Jesuit C.C. Martindale described The Heart of the Matter A Burnt Out Case Greene was paradox personified. He was a pessimistic pessimist in the positive sense in which he was always pessimistic about his own pessimism and in the positive sense in which these two negatives made a contribution to the true moral depth of his work. The Quiet American , is he as relevant to the present situation as Bush, or his speechwriters, seem to think?

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Fate takes funny turns now and then and Graham Greene, an achievement award winner for arts and culture, should know. He was originally scheduled to host the 1997 National Aboriginal Achievement Awards, but a viral infection prevented him from doing it. On the other hand, he won a movie role that thrust him into the international spotlight while selling T-shirts. Even then, to get the role of Kicking Bird in Dances With Wolves, Greene had to overcome director and star Kevin Costner's immediate reaction that "he didn't look Native enough." The rest, however, is history. Greene earned an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actor for his portrayal of Kicking Bird, and has since starred in such movie hits as Thuderheart, Maverick, and Die Hard 3. On top of that, he has had guest roles in North of 60, Murder She Wrote, and Northern Exposure. He has a recurring role as Mr. Crabby Tree on the children's television show, Dudley the Dragon, a role that earned him a Gemini Award, which is Canada's version of an Emmy or an Oscar. Greene has also starred in movies made for television and cable such as Ishi: The Last of His Tribe, for HBO, Medicine River and Murder Sees the Light, both for the CBC, Unnatural Causes, for NBC, and Broken Chain and Cooperstown, both for TNT.

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