Graham Greene

Graham Greene

The Enemy Within

Book - 1994
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Reveals Graham Greene's mysterious double life and identity: the respected novelist who was also a spy, and whose life was based on deception. The author of The Power and the Glory, The Third Man, and other distinguished literary works is portrayed in this biography as a man devoted not only to creating works of fiction but also to creating fiction about himself. He was highly regarded as a Catholic novelist, yet Shelden shows that his faith was one of many masks Greene donned as a cover for a life devoted to misinfo., intrigue, and mystery. Draws on previously unseen material, including documents from his MI6/Secret Service dossier, and interviews with those who knew him.
Publisher: New York : Random House, c1994.
ISBN: 9780679428831
Characteristics: viii, 454 p., [16] p. of plates :,ill. ;,25 cm.


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