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English novelist, short-story writer, playwright and journalist, Graham Greene was one of the most widely read novelist of the 20th-century, a superb storyteller. Adventure and suspense are constant elements in his novels and many of his books have been made into successful films. Although Greene was nominated several times as a candidate for the Nobel Prize for Literature, he never received the award.
Graham Greene is a descriptive catalog of first editions of works by Greene which are currently held in the collection of the University of Louisville. Robert H. Miller also includes letters, radio scripts, pamphlets, and subsequent editions of importance and scarcity.
Robert H. Miller is professor of English at the University of Louisville. He is also the author of Understanding Graham Greene.
The University Press of Kentucky
Place of Publication
Graham Greene, University of Louisville
Literature in English, British Isles
Miller, Robert H., "Graham Greene: A Descriptive Catalog" (1979). Literature in English, British Isles. 22.