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Op-Ed News
Memorializing the Horrors of War with 10 Must-See War Filmsof the ravages of war, is a great film by anyone's standards. Set in postwar Eu
Memorializing the Horrors of War with 10 Must-See War Films
Op-Ed News / Posted 3 days ago
of the ravages of war, is a great film by anyone's standards. Set in postwar Europe, this bleak film (written by Graham Greene) sets forth the proposition that the corruption inherent in humanity means that the ranks of war are never... Read more
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Boston Globe
Taking the Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival for a spinfocuses specifically on bicycle travel. Sounds plausible. Quick, what film mar
Taking the Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival for a spin
Boston Globe / Posted 4 days ago
focuses specifically on bicycle travel. Sounds plausible. Quick, what film marks the first collaboration between writer Graham Greene and director Carol Reed? No, not “The Third Man.” That came next, after 1948’s “Fallen Idol,” which was based... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
An overlooked classic, ‘The Fallen Idol’ gets a triumphant rereleasebit as worthy as the movies that came before and after. Like “The Third Man,”
An overlooked classic, ‘The Fallen Idol’ gets a triumphant rerelease
Los Angeles Times / Posted 4 days ago
bit as worthy as the movies that came before and after. Like “The Third Man,” “Idol” has the advantage of a script by Graham Greene based on his own fiction, in this case a short story he considered “unfilmable.” But the trio of Greene, Reed... Read more
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The Courier
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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The Young Witness
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Manning River Times
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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The North West Star
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Evening Standard
Lyndall Hobbs on breakfast with Prince Charles and IVF with Al PacinoSalman Rushdie. Salman, Chris Reeve is starring as Superman in a film right now
Lyndall Hobbs on breakfast with Prince Charles and IVF with Al Pacino
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
Salman Rushdie. Salman, Chris Reeve is starring as Superman in a film right now and Chris, Salman is a writer… Suddenly Graham Greene would be knocking on the door for tea or Harvey Keitel would appear on the doorstep for cocktails; and David... Read more
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Evening Standard
Thomas Kell writer thrilled at deal for Night Manager-style TV serieslikening his books to those of John le Carre are "misleading" but "extremely fl
Thomas Kell writer thrilled at deal for Night Manager-style TV series
Evening Standard / Posted 10 days ago
likening his books to those of John le Carre are "misleading" but "extremely flattering" and that the writer, along with Graham Greene, is one of his heroes. ‎"What those great writers did was lay the groundwork for literary thriller writers in... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Review: Two mysteries by Irish writersof sin, and how it degrades everyone in the picture. Think of it as a literary
Review: Two mysteries by Irish writers
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 13 days ago
of sin, and how it degrades everyone in the picture. Think of it as a literary genuflection to the English novelist, Graham Greene (1904 – 1991). Jordan is a genius of the unexpected. His plotting is unpredictable. A novel ends in tangles of... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
More objections to development plans at historic Grove House in Iffleyhome in Iffley Village. The owners of Grove House in Iffley Turn, which was on
More objections to development plans at historic Grove House in Iffley
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 15 days ago
home in Iffley Village. The owners of Grove House in Iffley Turn, which was once owned by the estranged wife of author Graham Greene, want to redevelop parts of the property. Earlier this year they withdrew an application to demolish the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
More objections to development plans at historic Grove House in Iffleyhome in Iffley Village. The owners of Grove House in Iffley Turn, which was on
More objections to development plans at historic Grove House in Iffley
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
home in Iffley Village. The owners of Grove House in Iffley Turn, which was once owned by the estranged wife of author Graham Greene, want to redevelop parts of the property. Earlier this year they withdrew an application to demolish the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Father Hickey's 80th Mission Stepthink nothing of his loss" (Songs 8:7). This, for me, is a remarkable signpost
Father Hickey's 80th Mission Step
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
think nothing of his loss" (Songs 8:7). This, for me, is a remarkable signpost of Father Hickey's life. The English writer, Graham Greene, became famous for his novel, The Power and the Glory (1940) in which he sees a priest achieving heroic things,... Read more
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CBC.ca
NBA star Steve Nash among 48 new Order of Canada recipientsat 10:30 a.m. ET. The honourees include NBA star Steve Nash, Nobel Prize winni
NBA star Steve Nash among 48 new Order of Canada recipients
CBC.ca / Posted 18 days ago
at 10:30 a.m. ET. The honourees include NBA star Steve Nash, Nobel Prize winning scientist Arthur McDonald and actor Graham Greene. The three tiers of the order are Companion, Officer, and Member. Friday's ceremony includes two Companions,... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘A novel I am prepared to repudiate’: 10 books disowned by famous authorshe said would pursue him until he died. The Revolution Script by Brian Moore (
‘A novel I am prepared to repudiate’: 10 books disowned by famous authors
The Irish Times / Posted 19 days ago
he said would pursue him until he died. The Revolution Script by Brian Moore (1971) The Belfast writer, who counted Graham Greene amount his fans, wrote 20 novels under his own name but also a number of thriller or pulp books under the... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Catholic authors help us accept frustrations in the world of faithone of the consistent resources of twentieth-century imagination, alongside Fla
Catholic authors help us accept frustrations in the world of faith
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 20 days ago
one of the consistent resources of twentieth-century imagination, alongside Flannery O'Connor and Endo's main influence, Graham Greene. These authors, divided across the oceans, paint a consistent image of the alienation and endurance of... Read more
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New Kerala
Do spies still have a future? ( - newkerala.com #60811to his "inquiry into the modern secret agent, and his employer, the spymaster"
Do spies still have a future? ( - newkerala.com #60811
New Kerala / Posted 22 days ago
to his "inquiry into the modern secret agent, and his employer, the spymaster" or what writer (and sometime secret agent) Graham Greene called the "human factor" where a real person sets out gathering intelligence, he notes there is "obviously a... Read more
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The Hindu
The Man Who Knew Infinity: It is tempting to find fault, but more fun to sit back and enjoy itmovie had me rereading Robert Kanigel’s book on which it is based, also A Mathe
The Man Who Knew Infinity: It is tempting to find fault, but more fun to sit back and enjoy it
The Hindu / Posted 24 days ago
movie had me rereading Robert Kanigel’s book on which it is based, also A Mathematician’s Apology by G H Hardy (which Graham Greene called “the best account of what it was like to be a creative artist”), C P Snow’s essay on Hardy in his... Read more
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TribLIVE
Regent Square author tackles 1946 Jerusalem bombingthat various soldiers used.” O'Nan read writers of the period to get a feel fo
Regent Square author tackles 1946 Jerusalem bombing
TribLIVE / Posted 24 days ago
that various soldiers used.” O'Nan read writers of the period to get a feel for the Middle East during the era, notably Graham Greene. He'd previously read Raymond Chandler in preparation for “West of Sunset,” a fictional take on the last years... Read more
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express
How did you do that, ma'am? Queen sports big bruise on her leg as she visits schoolwhich is the oldest in the country and is celebrating its 125th anniversary. T
How did you do that, ma'am? Queen sports big bruise on her leg as she visits school
express / Posted 25 days ago
which is the oldest in the country and is celebrating its 125th anniversary. The school's former pupils include novelist Graham Greene, who had an unhappy time there while his father was headmaster and once described the townspeople as... Read more
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Daily Mirror
The Queen seen with mystery bruise on her leg on official visit to schoolwhich is the oldest in the country and is celebrating its 125th anniversary. T
The Queen seen with mystery bruise on her leg on official visit to school
Daily Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
which is the oldest in the country and is celebrating its 125th anniversary. The school’s former pupils include novelist Graham Greene, who had an unhappy time there while his father was headmaster and once described the townspeople as... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Cuba: A stroll through Old Havanawhere the messy ground beef concoction was supposedly invented, was a setting f
Cuba: A stroll through Old Havana
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 25 days ago
where the messy ground beef concoction was supposedly invented, was a setting for the film Our Man in Havana, based on the Graham Greene novel about a bumbling spy. But more enjoyable than the tourist crowds and watery mojitos at La Bodeguita are... Read more
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The New Yorker
A Pakistani Novelist Tests the Limitsjet. But, he said, “I hated every minute I was there.” Whenever he could, he sh
A Pakistani Novelist Tests the Limits
The New Yorker / Posted 26 days ago
jet. But, he said, “I hated every minute I was there.” Whenever he could, he shirked duty to immerse himself in novels by Graham Greene and Joseph Heller; sometimes he read to his fellow-officers from “Catch-22,” which seemed especially relevant.... Read more
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International Business Times
Chanel in Havana: A game-changing fashion moment watch the show from the balcony of a building along the Paseo del Prado street
Chanel in Havana: A game-changing fashion moment
International Business Times / Posted 27 days ago
watch the show from the balcony of a building along the Paseo del Prado street in HavanaAlexandre Meneghini/Reuters As Graham Greene said "Time gives poetry to a battlefield" and whilst the setting for the Cruise show was certainly poetic, but... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Book Marks: Women suffer to lure readersretirement. Sometimes, however, even the low-level spooks get mixed up in high-
Book Marks: Women suffer to lure readers
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 28 days ago
retirement. Sometimes, however, even the low-level spooks get mixed up in high-risk capers and the result is a mixture of Graham Greene and John le Carré - with Ricky Gervais thrown in for comic measure. James Runcie, author of the Grantchester... Read more

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