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GRAHAM GREENE: Twenty-One Stories

This collection features stories written between 1929 and 1954 "on the themes that dominate Graham Greene's novels - fear, pity and violence, pursuit, betrayal and man's restless search for salvation."  You know the drill, read the stories and come join the discussion. 

We are meeting at the bar/restaurant Madhatter.  Just ask for the book club, and the hostess can direct you when you enter.

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  • Daniel E.

    I'm sorry to say I won't be able to make it. My car hit a pothole on 95 and received damage that I won't be able to have repaired until Monday. I have greatly enjoyed these stories and really looked forward to this event. (Hopefully, someone will tape record the session and send it to me. I know. .) Graham Greene seems, in some ways, like an English version of our Flannery O'Connor. The schemes that the characters have, which are always upended in the most deliciously, but not viciously, ironic ways. Have a great meeting. Daniel

    April 5, 2014

  • Lisa

    Graham Greene is another one of my favorite authors-his work is so full of intrigue as well as dry wit. This should be great.

    February 11, 2014

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