Graham Greene


I would like to konw if there is any site where I can find the entire Power and the Glory book online.

>>By Jane   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:58)

a man that makes you go hmmmmmmmm!

>>By winkie   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:58)

hey i was wondering if someone could give me their point of view on who they sympathsis with more the priest or the lieutient (sorry cant spell)

>>By Shadowed_Rose   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:58)

hi i m doing my research on grtahamgreene's the power and the glory , but everytime i read it every time i find that its adifferent book. i doubt what could b the actual meanig of the priest's runnig away from the world? is it simply the fear from the external world? or its somthing else?

>>By mirav patel   (Thursday, 13 Mar 2003 18:13)

fuck it, i'm sick of it

>>By rora   (Tuesday, 25 Mar 2003 23:00)

I'm just wondering, did Green's affair with Catherine Wallston ended like Benrix's?

>>By Yilia   (Sunday, 4 May 2003 15:02)

Greene's se;f-descrobed "entertainments" are great literature - Stamboul Train, Ministry of Fear, This Gun for Hire. "This Gun for Hire" I would almost describe as political noir. I recently read "The Untouchable" by John Banvile. It's a work of fiction about the group of upper-clasds Brit spies for USSR beginning in the '30s. A character I assumed who was meant to represent GG kept popping up as someone working for Brit counterintelligence. Great book. Can anyone tell me of a good biography of Greene? Thanx, Kesh72

>>By kesh72   (Thursday, 1 Apr 2004 02:13)

A comment on 'The End of The Affair'. The recent movie did quite a disservice to the meaning of the book. I should really learn not to watch movies based on great fiction.

>>By pass   (Wednesday, 21 Apr 2004 18:10)

I do need a essay on G.Greene "the quiet american".
Need help!!

>>By gusholm   (Tuesday, 4 May 2004 10:46)

I am trying to find out some points from other people on the Comedians and the Quiet American, for a speech I am preparing on "the committed and uncommitted" in these two novels. Basically I have hit a wall, and wonder if somebody might have bright ideas on this idea explored by graham greene. Its basically the moral dilemma faced by the characters. For example in the Comedians, Dr Magiot is committed, Brown, the Smiths and Jones, are not. In the Quiet American, Fowler is not really committed, thoug hin the end when he does get involved by organising the death of Pyle, what exactly are his motives? Was it for Vietnam, or because his mistress had been robbed?
PLEASE ideas would be so much appreciated. This speech is due in in 2 weeks!! I'm a high school student by the way.

>>By eduardo plarr   (Wednesday, 25 Aug 2004 11:05)

Eduardo - did what I email to you help in the slightest?

>>By Mme Bovary   (Thursday, 2 Sep 2004 18:33)

I love Graham Green. Everything he writes makes you think...

>>By OpheliasViolets   (Monday, 6 Sep 2004 05:50)

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