Dangerous Edges of Graham Greene: Journeys with Saints and Sinners

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Dermot Gilvary, Darren J. N. Middleton
A&C Black, Sep 15, 2011 - Literary Criticism - 338 pages
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Contents

The Timetable for 1932
How Joseph Conrad Haunted Graham Greene
The Making of the Outsider in the Short Stories of the 1930s
Brighton Rock Revisited
The Condition of Childhood in Graham Greenes Fiction
The Paradoxes and Pleasures of The Power and the Glory
Sigmund Freud and Graham Greene in Vienna
Language Reference in Graham Greene
A Touch of Evolutionary Religion
Graham Greene and Evelyn Waugh
Reflections on Graham Greenes Fictional Women
Graham Greene and Alfred Hitchcock
The Plays of Graham Greene
Graham Greene and Charlie Chaplin
From Modernist to Moralist
Reading Graham Greene in the TwentyFirst Century

Graham Greenes Spy Fiction and Cold War Reality
A Psychoanalytic Reading

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About the author (2011)

Dermot Gilvary is past Director of the Graham Greene International Festival, now in its fourteenth year. He teaches English language and literature at Oakham School, Rutland, England, UK. He is a playwright and the editor of Dr. Brigitte Timmermann's The Third Man's Vienna (Shippen Rock, Vienna, 2005).
Darren J. N. Middleton (Ph.D., The University of Glasgow, Scotland) is Professor of Literature and Theology at Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas, USA. He is the author of three books, including Theology after Reading: Christian Imagination and the Power of Fiction (Baylor University Press, 2008), as well as four edited volumes on religion, literature and film.

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