Graham Greene: Three Lives

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Hunter Mackay, 1994 - Novelists, English - 237 pages
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The first volume of a two-volume biography of Graham Greene which looks at why the writer chose a literary career, why he converted to Catholicism, and how his passion for intrigue may have led to his passing secrets to the Russians whilst working under Kim Philby.

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Greene Blood
1
Balliol Man
13
Enter Vivienne Softly
23
Copyright

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