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Graham Greene

Graham Greene: A Descriptive Catalog

ROBERT H. MILLER
Foreword by Harvey Curtis Webster
Copyright Date: 1979
Edition: 1
Pages: 86
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    Graham Greene
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    English novelist, short-story writer, playwright and journalist, Graham Greene was one of the most widely read novelist of the 20th-century, a superb storyteller. Adventure and suspense are constant elements in his novels and many of his books have been made into successful films. Although Greene was nominated several times as a candidate for the Nobel Prize for Literature, he never received the award.

    Graham Greeneis a descriptive catalog of first editions of works by Greene, which are currently held in the collection of the University of Louisville. Arranged chronologically by title, Robert H. Miller, also includes letters, radio scripts, pamphlets, and subsequent editions of importance and scarcity.

    eISBN: 978-0-8131-5052-9
    Subjects: Language & Literature

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  1. Front Matter
    (pp. i-vi)
  2. Table of Contents
    (pp. vii-viii)
  3. Foreword
    (pp. ix-x)
    Harvey Curtis Webster

    To call Graham Greene preeminent among modern writers would be as foolish as to say he is not. He does not see life steadily or whole, but he does see it as intensely as any writer in the twentieth century (there are no writers, as I see it now, who do this better than he does).

    What can be said with certainty is that he sees the heart of darkness in all his characters (except for some of those in what he calls his entertainments) and the darkened plain of the modern world, which has abused itself with wars, poverty,...

  4. PREFACE
    (pp. xi-xii)
    R. H. M.
  5. INTRODUCTION
    (pp. 1-5)

    In recent years Graham Greeneā€™s reputation as a major novelist has risen markedly. This growing interest has been reflected not only in the ever-multiplying body of Greene criticism but also in the number of individuals and libraries which have begun to develop Greene collections and in the sharp rise in prices of first editions of his works, especially those published before 1942. In 1965 a first edition of his first novel,The Man Within, in fine condition in a dust jacket, sold for about seventeen dollars, and a copy of his first book,Babbling April, brought about a hundred dollars....

  6. Bibliographies Consulted
    (pp. 5-8)
  7. The Descriptive Catalog
    (pp. 9-70)
  8. INDEX
    (pp. 71-72)
  9. About the Author
    (pp. 73-73)