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“Conveying Excitement”

Graham Greene on writing one of his earliest books and his later revision approach: “My long studies of Percy Lubbock’s The Craft of Fiction had taught me the importance of ‘the point of view,’ but not how to convey physical … Continue reading

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Masterly Musings

“Human nature is not black and white but black and grey.” Graham Greene My reading group just came together to discuss Our Man in Havana by Graham Greene. What a fantastic book — and what a fantastic writer! Alex took … Continue reading

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Immersion Conversion

While driving home from Vermont, Alex and I were talking about some of the courses he and his friends had taken at Middlebury. Though he’s a history major, he dipped into the riches of English literature as well. As you … Continue reading

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