Graham Greene

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examiner.com
A ritzy splurge once popular with Houstonians is about to reopenOn a recent balmy afternoon, very appropriately at Tony’s among the swirl of th
A ritzy splurge once popular with Houstonians is about to reopen
examiner.com / Posted yesterday
On a recent balmy afternoon, very appropriately at Tony’s among the swirl of the ladies who conspicuously lunch, Christian Boyens, the general manager of the Ritz in Paris and its communications director, Anne Benichou, were in town for just a day to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Death in Bucharest of 'English eccentric' now treated as suspiciousDeath in Bucharest of 'perfect English eccentric' and gay rights activist with
Death in Bucharest of 'English eccentric' now treated as suspicious
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Death in Bucharest of 'perfect English eccentric' and gay rights activist with links to Syrian opposition is being treated as suspicious David St Vincent, 48, was found dead in his Bucharest home on January 12 Police initially said it was natural... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Death of British travel writer in Romania treated as suspicious David St Vincent's decomposing body was found in his apartment in Bucharest a
Death of British travel writer in Romania treated as suspicious
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
David St Vincent's decomposing body was found in his apartment in Bucharest almost a month ago The death of a British travel writer in Romania is being treated as suspicious. David St... Read more
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Denver Post
Romania: British travel writer's death treated as suspiciousBUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Romanian police have classified the death of a Britis
Romania: British travel writer's death treated as suspicious
Denver Post / Posted 2 days ago
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Romanian police have classified the death of a British travel writer as suspicious, almost a month after his decomposing body was found in his Bucharest apartment. Police spokeswoman Bogdan Ghebaur said Friday the case of... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
The Middle East as America's New VietnamWell, there is no Facebook ‘like’ on NC, but thank you for putting this out. “
The Middle East as America's New Vietnam
Naked Capitalism / Posted 3 days ago
Well, there is no Facebook ‘like’ on NC, but thank you for putting this out. “He was impregnably armored by his good intentions and his ignorance.” – Graham Greene, The Quiet American We never seem to learn that before we start meddling in places... Read more
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Mississippi Business Journal
BOOK BIZ — Short novella full of drama and life lessonsPublished by Pocket Books/Washington Square Press Graham Greene was one of the
BOOK BIZ — Short novella full of drama and life lessons
Mississippi Business Journal / Posted 3 days ago
Published by Pocket Books/Washington Square Press Graham Greene was one of the most prolific — and to my mind, one of the best — writers in the English language. Among my favorites are The Quiet American, Travels with my Aunt and Our Man in Havana.... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
Museum's stellar
return in BerkeleyThe Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive [BAMPFA], which was forced to
Museum's stellar
return in Berkeley
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive [BAMPFA], which was forced to relocate after their concrete, cave-like Mario Ciampi-designed building on Bancroft Street was deemed seismically unsafe, made a stellar return last week in a renovated,... Read more
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International Business Times
Jaipur Literature Festival the 'best yet' as students, villagers and foreigners gather in India British author and co-director of the Jaipur Literature Festival, William Dalry
Jaipur Literature Festival the 'best yet' as students, villagers and foreigners gather in India
International Business Times / Posted 14 days ago
British author and co-director of the Jaipur Literature Festival, William Dalrymple, has said that this year has been the "best festival yet" with thousands of people flocking to the state of Rajasthan from across the globe. The British author is... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
How the ancient art of writing therapy can help you create a brighter futureBritish author Graham Greene, in his 1980 book, "Ways of Escape," put into word
How the ancient art of writing therapy can help you create a brighter future
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
British author Graham Greene, in his 1980 book, "Ways of Escape," put into words what most writers know: "Writing is a form of therapy; sometimes I wonder how all those who do not write, compose or paint can manage to escape the madness, melancholia,... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Oscars' lack of diversity not just limited to African Americans: Asian, Latino and indigenous nominees and winnersIt is not only African Americans who have been underrepresented in the Oscar fi
Oscars' lack of diversity not just limited to African Americans: Asian, Latino and indigenous nominees and winners
Chicago Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
It is not only African Americans who have been underrepresented in the Oscar field over the decades. So have other people of color including Latinos, Asians and indigenous actors. Movies and the movie business are reflective of the eras they were... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Oscar diversity: A look at Asian, Latino and indigenous nominees and winnersIt is not only African Americans who have been underrepresented in the Oscar fi
Oscar diversity: A look at Asian, Latino and indigenous nominees and winners
Los Angeles Times / Posted 17 days ago
It is not only African Americans who have been underrepresented in the Oscar field over the decades. So have other people of color including Latinos, Asians and indigenous actors. Movies and the movie business are reflective of the eras they were... Read more
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The New Statesman
The New Statesman profile: publishing giant George Weidenfeld (1919-2016)If he were a character in fiction, George Weidenfeld would work best as a baddi
The New Statesman profile: publishing giant George Weidenfeld (1919-2016)
The New Statesman / Posted 17 days ago
If he were a character in fiction, George Weidenfeld would work best as a baddie: the bulbous-eyed, mittel-European Herr Fixit who dabbles around power, enjoys the company of lithe-legged lovelies and knows the Pope. What the devil is he up to? A... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
How the ancient art of writing therapy can help you create a brighter futureBritish author Graham Greene, in his 1980 book, "Ways of Escape," put into word
How the ancient art of writing therapy can help you create a brighter future
Los Angeles Times / Posted 22 days ago
British author Graham Greene, in his 1980 book, "Ways of Escape," put into words what most writers know: "Writing is a form of therapy; sometimes I wonder how all those who do not write, compose or paint can manage to escape the madness, melancholia,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
After deaths of Bowie and Alan Rickman it's time to change how we honour HeroesOnce again we’re debating whether England’s national anthem should be something
After deaths of Bowie and Alan Rickman it's time to change how we honour Heroes
Daily Mirror / Posted 23 days ago
Once again we’re debating whether England’s national anthem should be something more inspirational than a mumbled, monotone plea to God to save a rich old woman. Which surely qualifies every song from Terry Wogan’s Floral Dance to the Tweenies theme... Read more
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SkyHi Daily News
Hamilton: Frederick Forsythe: the real James Bond?Readers who enjoy James Bond movies, who enjoy reading the spy novels of John l
Hamilton: Frederick Forsythe: the real James Bond?
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
Readers who enjoy James Bond movies, who enjoy reading the spy novels of John le Carré, Graham Greene, Ian Fleming, et al, will love The Outsider: My Life in Intrigue, the autobiography of, arguably, the greatest spy novelist of all time: Frederick... Read more
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Nottingham Post
James Shepherd: Let’s stop using emojis in 2016James Shepherd from West Bridgford might be a teenager – but he'd like to see t
James Shepherd: Let’s stop using emojis in 2016
Nottingham Post / Posted 29 days ago
James Shepherd from West Bridgford might be a teenager – but he'd like to see the end of emojis. Last year a particular 'emoji' was – ironically – crowned word of the year by the Oxford Dictionaries. If you don't know them, emojis are little... Read more

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