Graham Greene

The End of the Affair

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Published 1951 by Heinemann
Grey/blue cloth, gilt titles
Dust jacket priced at 10/6
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Graham Greene

Graham Greene - The End of the Affair

 

SYNOPSIS

This is a love story. Tchekov once said that a writer could best express moonlight by showing its reflection in a broken bottle at a river's edge. So Mr. Graham Greene has tried to express a sense of love obliquely through a character who believes that he feels only hate. The action is confined to a handful of characters in London between 1939 and today.

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