London letter

Wall, Barbara
August 1947
America;8/9/1947, Vol. 77 Issue 19, p521
The author presents his views on the novels of contemporary novelist, Graham Greene. He states that by reading Greene's novel, he found out that it is difficult to comment on it because each statement he want to make seems to contradict another. He pointed out that he wants to refer Greene as a Catholic novelist, however, he was daunted by the fact that only two of Greene's novel reveal him as a Catholic at all. He also express his eagerness on the publication of Greene's next novel.


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