THOUGHTS ON THE BUSINESS OF LIFE
- Graham Greene: 1904-91. Feeney, J.J. // America;5/11/1991, Vol. 164 Issue 18, p520
Reflects on the loss of author Graham Greene. Greene's style; Worries that students will miss his meaning; John Updike's 1983 review in `The New Yorker,' recalling a passage from Greene.
- The sources of desire. Baumann, P. // Commonweal;5/3/91, Vol. 118 Issue 9, p277
Profiles the late author Graham Greene, who recently died at age 86. Contributions to the publication `Commonweal'; Political beliefs; Religious faith; Major accomplishments; How his personal philosophy is reflected in his writings.
- Author Graham Greene. // America;3/16/1985, Vol. 152 Issue 10, p212
Graham Greene at 80. The finest living author in English has been repeatedly rejected as the Nobel laureate for literature. The nonselection of Greene reveals a great deal about the Nobel committee and possibly its fear of appearing ridiculous should Greene refuse. His rejection may also be...
- Of many things. // America;10/14/1989, Vol. 161 Issue 10, p226
Editorial. Provides excerpts from an interview with British novelist Graham Greene, published in the magazine `The Tablet' (9/23/89 issue). Greene's understanding of Catholicism and Catholic doctrine.
- Greene in the dark. Thomson, D. // Film Comment;Jul/Aug91, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p18
Profiles the novelist Graham Greene and his film-writing work. Film as a hobby; He felt freer writing films than the more refined, constricting writing of novels; His writing of movie reviews; No one wrote as well about mortification, regret and self-laceration.
- The art of the matter. Busch, F. // GQ: Gentlemen's Quarterly;Dec91, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p108
Profiles writer Graham Greene, best known for his novels, books about travel, and children's books, among others. Movies made from Greene's books; Focus on follies and weaknesses of readers; Denial of recognition by Nobel Committee; Cold-bloodedness of writing; Focus on Mexico and other...
- A restless traveler through life's battlefields, Graham Greene explored the dark side of the... Goodman, M.; Smith, T. // People;4/22/91, Vol. 35 Issue 15, p78
Profiles English author Graham Greene, who died in Switzerland on April 3 at age 86. Greene published 26 novels and other works that sold over 20 million copies in 27 languages. He wrote bleak morality tales that he wove after visiting the world, including Liberia, Vietnam, and South America.
- Graham Greene. Lawday, D. // U.S. News & World Report;4/15/91, Vol. 110 Issue 14, p19
Eulogizes Graham Greene, author of 25 novels, who died last week at age 86. The British writer's favorite joke was his FBI file, his works about Indochina and Central America putting him at odds with the United States. With a love of action, blended with human guilt, doubt and wounds of the...
- Graham Greene: An appreciation from Haiti. Farmer, Paul // America;2/6/1993, Vol. 168 Issue 4, p17
Portrays Graham Greene as a precocious Catholic who anticipated, but could not elaborate, a theology that declared, with simple clarity, God's `preferential option for the poor.' Greene's novel `The Comedians'; Haiti's banning of both Greene and the book; Other books; Greene's death in 1991;...