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The Life of Graham Greene, Volume II: 1939-1955

by Norman Sherry

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Mr. Sherry gives us in this second volume of his massive study of a grotesquely complicated life is a compulsively readable, astutely humane account that, in less responsible hands, could have been presented in sensationalist, even salacious terms.
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for Max Senyi, a great bookman - Harry Smith, a true gentleman - Ian Watt, a superb scholar
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The years from 1939-1955 proved to be the most prolific of Graham Greene's life. In this book, Norman Sherry continues his engrossing account, delving deeply & emerging with a portrait of the author at the height of both his spying & literary careers.

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