This work presents a narrative of Graham Greene's early life - including a breakdown in his early teens, his years at Oxford, and his courtship of his future wife - uncovering the origins of his literary preoccupations and his reasons for conversion to Roman Catholicism. Greene's development as a novelist, from the early success of "The Man Within" to "The Power and the Glory", is also explored in full. Winner of the 1990 Edgar Allan Poe Award for best critical/biographical study.
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