Graham Greene: An Approach to the Novels

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Acknowledgements

I would like to express my gratitude to the College of Arts and Letters of James Madison University for the Edna Shaeffer Humanist Award which enabled me to complete this work far more easily than I could have done otherwise; to the Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas, Austin, for allowing me to examine the superb collection of Greene's letters and manuscripts, and to Catherine Henderson and other members of the staff there for their efficient and friendly assistance; to Kristi Long, literary editor at Garland Publishing, and to Phyllis Korper, formerly of Garland, for advice and encouragement; to Father Leopoldo Duran, for permission to quote from his book Graham Greene: Friend and Brother; to South Atlantic Review and College Literature, for permission to reprint substantial portions of articles which appeared in those journals in 1983 and 1985, respectively; to Penguin-Putnam, for permission to quote from The Man Within, Stamboul Train, England Made Me, A Gun for Sale, Brighton Rock, The Power and the Glory, The Ministry of Fear, The Heart of the Matter, The Third Man, The End of the Affair, Loser Takes All, The Quiet American, Our Man in Havana, A Burnt-Out Case, The Comedians, Travels with My Aunt, The Captain and the Enemy, the Collected Stories and the Collected Essays of Graham Greene, and Norman Sherry's Life of Graham Greene; to Simon and Schuster, for permission to quote from The Honorary Consul, The Human Factor, A Sort of Life, Ways of Escape, Dr. Fischer of Geneva, The Tenth Man, Monsignor Quixote, and Marie-Françoise Allain's The Other Man: Conversations with Graham Greene; and especially to my wife, Betty, for

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