Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Celebrities - Greene Graham Bookstore
Page 3     41-60 of 72    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Greene Graham:     more books (100)
  1. The Lawless Roads (Penguin Classics) by Graham Greene, 2006-06-27
  2. Greene: Collected Short Stories: 21 Stories (Penguin Twentieth Century Classics) by Graham Greene, 1993-04-01
  3. Greene: Collected Short Stories: 21 Stories (Penguin Twentieth Century Classics) by Graham Greene, 1993-04-01
  4. Graham Greene: Fictions, Faith and Authorship by Michael G. Brennan, 2010-05-18
  5. The Little Horse Bus by Graham Greene, 1974-10-24
  6. The Human Factor (Penguin Classics) by Graham Greene, 2008-09-30
  7. The Confidential Agent: An Entertainment (Twentieth-Century Classics) by Graham Greene, 1992-12-01
  8. The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene, 1961
  9. The Collected Short Stories of Graham Greene: Twenty-One Stories by Graham Greene, 1987-08-04
  10. The Little Fire Engine (Picture Puffin) by Graham Greene, 1977
  11. The Little Steamroller by Graham Greene, 1974-10-24
  12. The Spoken Word: Graham Greene (British Library - British Library Sound Archive) by The British Library, 2009-07-15
  13. The Third Man by Graham Greene, 1999-05-01
  14. The End of the Affair by Graham Greene, 1966

41. From The Archive: Graham Greene's Saving Grace | Special Reports | Guardian Unli
graham greene s saving grace. Alex Hamilton Saturday September 11, 1971 The Guardian. I came round the old seawall one evening, where the restaurants,,2166572,00.html
@import url(/external/styles/global/0,,,00.css); Skip to main content Sign in Register Go to: Guardian Unlimited home UK news World news Comment is free blog Newsblog Sport blog Podcasts In pictures Video Archive search Arts and entertainment Books Business Environment Film Football Jobs Katine appeal Life and style Money Music The Observer Politics Science Shopping Sport Talk Technology Travel Been there Audio Email services Special reports The Guardian The northerner The wrap Advertising guide Compare finance products Crossword Events / offers Feedback Garden centre GNM press office Graduate Guardian Bookshop GuardianEcostore GuardianFilms Headline service Help / contacts Information Living our values Newsroom Reader Offers Soulmates dating Style guide Syndication services Travel offers TV listings Weather Web guides Working for us Guardian Abroad Guardian Weekly Money Observer Public Learn Guardian back issues Observer back issues Guardian Professional
Search: Guardian Unlimited Web Home UK Business Audio ... Quiz
Search this site
Go to ...

42. God In The Details: The New Yorker
graham greene’s religious realism. At well over two thousand pages, Norman Sherry’s authorized biography of graham greene, a writer whose slender novels

43. In Search Of Graham Greene’s Capri - New York Times
This sparkling island in the Bay of Naples may be known as a summer playground for the rich and famous, but it was also a place where the author of “The End
@import url(; @import url(; var google_hints = "Travel+and+Vacations,Books+and+Literature,Capri+(Italy)"; var google_ad_channel = "ar_travel"; Skip to article
Search Plan Your Trip Select a Destination Europe Italy Capri
In Search of Graham Greene’s Capri
Chris Warde-Jones for The New York Times Boats moored off the coast of Capri, a draw for seaborne visitors for centuries.
By ADAM BEGLEY Published: May 27, 2007 LET'S free associate. If I say Capri , what comes to mind? Glamour, gorgeous views, ritzy shopping — the uninterrupted leisure of la dolce vita. And what if I say Graham Greene ? Troubled faith, espionage, unforgiving, “cinematic” realism, seedy characters in sordid places. “Greeneland” can be thrilling on the page, but not many of us would want to go there on vacation. Skip to next paragraph
Capri Travel Guide
Where to Stay Where to Eat ... Go to the Capri Travel Guide »
Book Review: 'Greene on Capri,' by Shirley Hazzard

44. Graham Greene -
graham greene is perhaps the most perplexing of all the literary converts whose works animated the Catholic literary revival in the 20th century.
Search for Books by: contact us home A B ... Join Our E-Mail Announcement List! "The Power and the Glory" Buy Now
Graham Greene: Doubter Par Excellence
Graham Greene (1904-1991)
by Anthony Palliser by JOSEPH PEARCE
Graham Greene is perhaps the most perplexing of all the literary converts whose works animated the Catholic literary revival in the 20th century. His visions of angst and guilt, informed and sometimes deformed by a deeply felt religious sensibility, make his novels, and the characters that adorn them, both fascinating and unforgettable.
His fiction is gripping because it grapples with faith and disillusionment on the shifting sands of uncertainty in a relativistic age. His tormented characters are the products of Greene's own tortured soul, and one suspects that he was more baffled than anyone else at the contradictions at the core of his own character and, in consequence, at the heart of the characters that his fertile and fetid imagination had created.
From his earliest childhood Greene exhibited a world-weariness that at times reached the brink of despair. In large part this bleak approach may have been due to a wretched childhood and to the traumatic time spent at Berkhhamsted School where his father was headmaster. His writing is full of the bitter scars of his school days. In his autobiographical

45. Graham Greene News - The New York Times
News about graham greene. Commentary and archival information about graham greene from The New York Times.
@import url(; Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Times Topics
  • World U.S. N.Y. / Region ... G > Greene, Graham E-MAIL Save
    Graham Greene
    Camera Press/RETNA Graham Greene 1904-1991 Among Graham Greene's 24 novels, many of which were adapted into films, were "The Power and the Glory," "The Heart of the Matter," "The Third Man," "The Quiet American," "Our Man in Havana," "The Comedians," "The Honorary Consul" and "The Human Factor." His plays included "The Living Room," "The Potting Shed" and "The Complaisant Lover," and he wrote dozens of short stories. His work was translated into 27 languages and sold more than 20 million copies in hard-cover and paperback editions. He also wrote travel books, essays and children's stories, and two autobiographies, "A Sort of Life" and "Ways of Escape." An occasional contributor to newspapers and magazines, he even found time to write strong letters to the editor on political and literary matters. That Mr. Greene never received the Nobel Prize in Literature was a source of regret and astonishment to many readers and publishing professionals.

46. English Literature. Graham Greene's Novel Brighton Rock; The Characterisation Of
graham greene s novel Brighton Rock, a study of the characterisation of Good and Evil.
Graham Greene
Brighton Rock
The Characterisation of Good and Evil
by Sarah Jones Bookshop English Literature Graham Greene Catholic fiction ... GCSE Books She . . . was about to mutter her quick 'Our Father' and 'Hail Marys' while she dressed, when she remembered . . . What was the good of praying now? . . . she had chosen her side: if they damned him they'd got to damn her, too 'Hale knew, before he had been in Brighton three hours, that they meant to murder him'. This powerful and sinister sentence is the opening line of Brighton Rock and the start of a gripping thriller. Part One of the novel, despite Greene's later concerns that it should have been removed, sets the scene and introduces the two main protagonists, Ida and Pinkie (initially referred to as 'the boy' - it is not until Chapter Two that he takes on the role of main character and becomes 'the Boy'). However, from Part Two onwards, it is quickly apparent that the novel is not just a murder mystery but also addresses metaphysical issues of Good versus Evil and the influence of the Roman Catholic Church.
The two opposing characters in the 'Good versus Evil' struggle are Pinkie and Ida. It is interesting and ironic that the evil Pinkie is the 'Roman'. He nurtures vice, although he realises, after his first taste of alcohol that 'You could lose vice as easily as you could lose virtue', and chooses Hell over Heaven: 'Heaven was a word: hell was something he could trust'.

47. Graham Greene Biography And List Of Works - Graham Greene Books
graham greene Biography Henry graham greene, OM (October 2, 1904- April 3, 1991) was a prolific English novelist, playwright, short story writer and
View cart Help Rare Books Textbooks ... Search Search for books By author: By title: By keyword or ISBN: By binding: Any Hardcover Paperback Advanced booksearch @Biblio Search for books Browse books Bookstores Community BiblioUnbound The monthly newsletter for booklovers E-mail address: Author Biographies
Graham Greene
Henry Graham Greene, OM (October 2, 1904- April 3, 1991) was a prolific English novelist, playwright, short story writer and critic whose works explore the ambiguities of modern man and ambivalent moral or political issues in a contemporary setting. Although Greene objected strongly to being described as a mere "Catholic novelist", his religion informs most of his novels, and many of his best works (e.g. Brighton Rock The Heart of the Matter and The Power and the Glory ) are explicitly Roman Catholic in content and preoccupations. Greene was born in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, the fourth of six children- his younger brother Hugh was later to become the Director-General of the BBC, and older brother Raymond was an eminent doctor and mountaineer. Their parents, Charles Henry Greene and Marion nee Raymond, were first cousins and members of a large and influential family which included the owners of the Greene King brewery, and various bankers and businessmen. Charles Greene was "second master" at Berkhamsted School, where the headmaster was Dr Thomas Fry (who was married to another cousin of Charles).

48. BBC News | EUROPE | Vatican's Bid To Censure Graham Greene
Rome put pressure on author graham greene to change one of his famous novels, according to letters just published.
low graphics version feedback help You are in: World: Europe Front Page World ... AudioVideo
Friday, 3 November, 2000, 16:53 GMT Vatican's bid to censure Graham Greene
Pope Paul VI later told Greene to forget the row
The Vatican put pressure on the Catholic author Graham Greene to change one of his most successful novels, The Power and the Glory, according to letters published this week in the US. The letters reveal that Pope Paul VI himself later told the author not to pay any attention. Graham Greene, a convert to Catholicism, died in 1991. An American Jesuit researcher has discovered correspondence relating to attempts by the Vatican to muzzle Graham Greene in 1953. The Holy Office, formerly the Inquisition, wrote to the then Archbishop of Westminster to tell Greene - 14 years after publication of the novel - that they had passed an adverse verdict on the book. Whiskey-addled priest The book's subject was a whiskey-addled priest from Mexico. While the author's intention had been to bring out victory in spite of man's wretchedness, the Vatican said, this aim had not been achieved. They accused Greene of injuring the Catholic priesthood.

49. Portrait: 'Graham Greene' By Julian Evans | Prospect Magazine September 2004 Iss
graham greene Considered vain, duplicitous and out of date, greene fell from grace. Yet his worldliness remains a model for the practising writer,

50. | Books | Graham Greene By Richard Greene
There have been a number of graham greene biographies, but none has captured his voice, his loves, hates, family and friends–intimate and writerly–or his

51. Graham Greene's The Quiet American At U Penn Library | Fall 2003
search the MLA International Bibliography for scholarly articles about The Quiet American or graham greene PennKey/PennCard needed
The Penn Library
is pleased to
participate in the
th annual
Penn Reading Project

a shared
incoming students.
This year's book is Graham Greene's The Quiet American. "Innocence is a kind of insanity." Graham Greene , The Quiet American The Quiet American Graham Greene search Franklin , the Penn Library catalog, for titles and locations of books, videorecordings, microfilms, etc. by Greene. ... see results of an author search for 'Greene, Graham' "Graham Greene" from Encyclopedia of the Novel PennKey/PennCard needed read about Graham Greene in Online PennKey/PennCard needed read a biography of Graham Greene from Literature Online PennKey/PennCard needed read NY Times articles about and by Graham Greene Graham Greene on writing The Quiet American search Franklin , the Penn Library catalog, for titles and locations of books, videorecordings, microfilms, etc. about

52. Graham Greene Books (Used, New, Out-of-Print) - Alibris
Alibris has new used books by graham greene, including hardcovers, softcovers, rare, outof-print first editions, signed copies, and more., Graham
You'll find it at Alibris! Log in here. Over 60 million used, new, and out-of-print books! YOUR CART items ACCOUNT WISHLIST HELP search all sellers in
Books Movies DVD VHS Music - Pop/Jazz Pop/Jazz CD Pop/Jazz Vinyl Music - Classical Classical CD Classical Vinyl by title / ISBN
by song title
by author
by composer
by subject
your shopping cart
order status wish list book fetch ... help Sign up for our newsletter and enter to win FREE books. your e-mail address see this month's winners NEW BOOKS OF NOTE COLLEGE TEXTBOOKS BARGAIN BOOKS ... RARE BOOKS
BOOKS by Graham Greene
Your search: Books Author: Greene, Graham (245 matching titles) Narrow your results by: Audiobook Signed First edition Fiction ... Eligible for FREE shipping Narrow results by title Narrow results by author Narrow results by subject Narrow results by keyword Narrow results by publisher or refine further Page of 10 sort by Top-Selling Price New Price Title Author Quiet American more books like this by Graham Greene Set in Vietnam in the 1950s, during the last days of French colonial rule, THE QUIET AMERICAN was based partly on Graham Greene's own experiences in Vietnam as a correspondent for the London Times. The book's narrator is an English journalist named Fowler who lives in Saigon with his Vietnamese mistress, Phuong, but is unable to convince his ... see all copies from new only from first editions Power and the Glory more books like this by Graham Greene This story of bravery, cowardice, and moral decay is set in Mexico during the Calles regime of the 1930s, when the practice of Christianity was violently suppressed. It portrays the heroic and doomed efforts of a priest to minister secretly to the Catholics of the region. The "whiskey priest" is one of Greene's most memorable characters: a ...

53. Graham Greene - The Spoken Word - British Library Online Shop
graham greene The Spoken Word on British Library web site - The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom and one of the world s
skip to Content
Your Order ... Ts and Cs Checkout To make our Web site easier and faster for you to access, our pages use JavaScript.
It appears your Web browser is not JavaScript-enabled. SEARCH Limit to Whole Shop Gifts Audio Books Please sign up for e-alerts to be entered into our competition to win a day trip for two to Paris on Eurostar! Free postage and packing on The Luttrell Psalter Facsimile! Related Products The Comedians Price: £7.99
The Honorary Consul
Price: £7.99
The End of the Affair
Price: £6.99
Brighton Rock
Price: £7.99
Graham Greene - The Spoken Word
Compiled by: ISBN: 9780712305396 or 0712305396 Price £9.95 Date: October 2007 Details: One CD with booklet including introductory essay Editor: Read Reviews Listen to sound clips using Windows Media Player: Graham Greene reads from the introduction to Brighton Rock As novelist, essayist, critic and playwright, Graham Greene was one of the leading English literary figures of the twentieth century. This CD provides an overview of Greene’s life and achievements in his own words. The recordings are drawn from rarely heard BBC broadcasts together with extracts from the longest recorded interview that he gave. Greene reads passages from several of his autobiographical works – notably In Search of a Character and Ways of Escape – and discusses in depth how his travels to far corners of the world and constant search for excitement informed his writing. Most of the recordings are being published here for the first time.

54. Graham Greene Tackles Shakespeare's Shylock - CBC Arts | Theatre
graham greene stars as Shylock in this summer s Stratford Festival production of The Merchant of Venice graham greene stars as Shylock in this summer s
Native empathy
By Martin Morrow
May 23, 2007 Graham Greene stars as Shylock in this summer's Stratford Festival production of The Merchant of Venice. (David Hou/Stratford Festival of Canada) Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice Stratford Festival’s new production, opening June 1 — sees his character as a victim, not a villain. “Shylock, he’s the one who gets boned, big time,” says a gruffly affable Greene, who is a master of the pithy summary. “He loses everything — his daughter, his money, his house. He’s completely reduced to nothing and forced to convert to Christianity on top of it.” The Venetian Christians, meanwhile, who preach to Shylock about mercy and forgiveness when he insists on his pound of flesh for an unpaid loan, wind up with his riches. “Even [Shylock’s] rotten son-in-law Lorenzo doesn’t care about his wife anymore when he finds out he gets the inheritance from Shylock,” says Greene, suddenly erupting into one of his huge, cackling laughs. “They’re an ugly bunch of characters — brutal. This play makes Christians look like complete animals. It just cracks me up.” Greene, 55, is sitting for this late-morning interview backstage at the Festival Theatre, where, apart from some sniffles due to spring allergies, he’s appearing fit and relaxed. He’s clad in a chill-out ensemble of sweatpants, T-shirt and black leather vest, but this evening he’ll don a grey businessman’s suit for his role in director

55. Graham Greene: A Who2 Profile
graham greene was one of the most popular and critically acclaimed authors of the 20th century, a British writer whose work had both popular and critical.
@import url("");
Find Famous People Fast!
Browse by Name:
Graham Greene
Name at birth: Henry Graham Greene Graham Greene was one of the most popular and critically acclaimed authors of the 20th century, a British writer whose work had both popular and critical appeal. By his own claim, Greene wrote both "entertainments" and "serious novels," many of them political thrillers. An editor, essayist, playwright and novelist, Greene's most famous works include Brighton Rock The Quiet American Our Man in Havana (1958) and The Honorary Consul (1973). He had a long association with the movies, and was involved in This Gun for Hire (1942, with Alan Ladd The Third Man (1949, starring Orson Welles ) and Loser Takes All Extra credit : Graham's mother was a cousin to British writer Robert Louis Stevenson
Four Good Links
Greeneland: The World of Graham Greene
Terrific site for fans, with a bio and Greene commentary
Graham Greene
A fan site with an annotated link list
Graham Greene's Vietnam
Explores the role of travel in Greene's work
Graham Greene and the Movies
His filmography from the Internet Movie Database
Vital Stats
2 October
Berkhampsted , Hertfordshire, England
3 April
age 86
Best Known As
Author of The Honorary Consul and The Third Man
Something in Common with Greene

56. Graham Greene, Uneasy Catholic - TLS Highlights - Times Online
nobreakIn 1939 graham greene wrote to his brother Hugh “A new shade of knickers and nightdresses has been named Brighton Rock by Peter Jones”,,,25338-2323675,00.html
@import ""; NI_AD('Leaderboard'); NI_LEADER_FOOT('$lookup');
Navigation - link to other main sections from here
Skip Navigation
Archaeology Classics ... Travel THE TLS Home TLS Highlights Subscribe Subscriber Archive ... How to Advertise
Times Online August 22, 2006
Graham Greene, uneasy Catholic
Ian Thomson
NI_AD('Sponsorprint'); NI_AD('Sponsorsendfriend'); NI_AD('Sponsorbacktotop'); Have Your Say It is difficult to like Graham Greene and his books, almost as difficult as it is to leave any of his books unread once started. The reviewer seems to be of the same oppinion, as one cannot say whether he likes or dislikes Greene or his writings; but he must have studied him well, or he could not have wrtten this review. What makes us read an author? It is hardly because we find a kindred spirit, or to get our mind stimulated. What it is, I cannot say, but there must be something in good writing that attracts even when we are unable to say why. Reidulf K. Molvaer, Oslo, Norway

57. BW Online | May 7, 2001 | Graham Greene Would Still Adore This Hotel
You see, this is not just any hotel poolit s the one in which Doctor Philipot was found dead in graham greene s novel, The Comedians.



Sign In ... Magazine
Full Table of Contents

Cover Story

Up Front

Readers Report

INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS International Letter From Haiti International Spotlight on Spain International Readers Report International Asian Business ... Research Services MAY 7, 2001 INTERNATIONAL LETTER FROM HAITI Graham Greene Would Still Adore This Hotel STORY TOOLS Printer-Friendly Version E-Mail This Story Map: Haiti As I pull on my swimsuit, I'm like any other tourist who has just arrived in the Caribbean: I can't wait to get to the hotel pool. But before I dive in, I strain to see if there are any blood stains. You see, this is not just any hotel poolit's the one in which Doctor Philipot was found dead in Graham Greene's novel, The Comedians Wait a minute, I remind myself: That's fantasy, not reality. But the two worlds seem to intersect at the Hotel Oloffson (Greene called it the Trianon) in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. "With its towers and balconies and wooden fretwork decorations it had the air of a Charles Addams house in a number of The New Yorker ," Greene wrote. "You expected a witch to open the door to you or a maniac butler, with a bat dangling from the chandelier behind him."

58. Books
graham greeneA Life in LettersEdited by Richard greeneKnopf Canada, 432 pages, $36.95graham greene (19041991) was a master of prose, whose greatest novels
Skip navigation Login or Register aPs="ldbd";a1=true;aLdrBd=true; var ldbdAC = fnTdo('a'+'ai',728,90,ai,'j',nc); aPs="lug"; var lugAC = fnTdo('a'+'ai',330,60,ai,'j',nc);
  • Home National aPs="lug"; var lugAC = fnTdo('a'+'ai',330,60,ai,'j',nc); Posted on 12/01/08
    The heart of Greene's matter
    KEITH GAREBIAN GRAHAM GREENEA Life in LettersEdited by Richard GreeneKnopf Canada, 432 pages, $36.95Graham Greene (1904-1991) was a master of prose, whose greatest novels (The Power and the Glory, The Heart of the Matter and The End of the Affair) continue to fascinate generations of new readers. Greene's own taste in fiction ran to the likes of Conan Doyle, R. K. Narayan, Brian Moore, Muriel Spark and Evelyn Waugh rather than to Joyce, Woolf and Iris Murdoch, and he claimed there was nothing better in the novel - even in Proust and Tolstoy - than the first two chapters of Dickens' David Copperfield. The full text of this article has 1504 words To continue reading this article, you will need to

59. Greene, Graham (Harper's Magazine)
THINGS CONNECTED TO “greene, graham”. HUMAN BEINGS. Amory, Cleveland Apter, David Ernest . by graham greene Readings/Article, February 1985, 1 pp.
HOME SUBSCRIBE ARCHIVE SUBJECTS ... SKIP to main content USERNAME PASSWORD Subscriber? Lost password?
Greene, Graham
WRITER OF 3 Articles from 1962 to 1985
8 Stories
from 1947 to 1966
SUBJECT OF 4 Articles from 1952 to 2007
18 Reviews
from 1948 to 2000
HUMAN BEINGS Amory, Cleveland Apter, David Ernest Arris, Jean Asher, Don ... Yenni, Julia Truitt VIRGINS James, Henry The heart of the matter by Nigel Lewis
Readings/Article, December 2007 , 1 pp. Our man on Capri: Remembering Graham Greene by Michael Korda
Review, January 2000 , 4 pp. “No elections!” by Graham Greene

60. Graham Greene
With his centenary coming up in October, graham greene has been in the news lately.
var topic_urlstring = 'graham-greene'; var topic = 'Graham Greene'; var subtopic_urlstring= '';
LYCOS RETRIEVER Retriever Home What is Lycos Retriever? Graham Greene built 141 days ago Retriever Arts Literature
With his centenary coming up in October, Graham Greene has been in the news lately. In an article for The Guardian, Zadie Smith writes, "Where lesser novelists deploy broad strokes to separate good guy from bad, Greene was the master of the multiple distinction: the thin lines that separate evil from cruelty from unkindness from malevolent stupidity. His people exist within a meticulously calibrated moral system. They fail by degrees. And so there is no real way to be good in Greene, there are simply a million ways to be more or less bad." The essay, posted by The Guardian... serves as the introduction to a new centenary edition of "The Quiet American by Graham Greene." Source: Graham Greene’s ‘‘The Destructors’’ was first published in two parts in Picture Post on July 24 and 31, 1954. Later that year, the story appeared in a collection entitled Twenty-One Stories. Because Greene arranged the stories in reverse chronological order, ‘‘The Destructors’’ was the first story in the collection. Source:

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

Page 3     41-60 of 72    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | Next 20

free hit counter