NOTICE: (Updated March 5, 2010)

Beginning December 19, 2009, Books 'N Border Collies will be posting but only intermittently while I pursue personal goals. I plan to share some reading I'm doing, but there will be no reviews. I will, however, be sharing my exploration of vegetarian cooking and the cookbooks and websites I use to educate myself. I hope you enjoy it!

Lezlie



Thursday, December 18, 2008

Graham Greene



Another author I have recently become fascinated with. Here is my "read them when I feel like it" list:

Novels:

Brighton Rock
A Burnt-Out Case
The Captain and the Enemy
The Comedians
The End of the Affair
England Made Me
The Fallen Idol
A Gun For Sale
The Heart of the Matter
The Honorary Consul
The Human Factor
Journey Without Maps
The Lawless Roads
Loser Takes All
The Man Within
The Ministry of Fear
Monsignor Quixote
Orient Express
Our Man In Havana
The Power and the Glory
The Quiet American
The Third Man
Travels With My Aunt

Complete Short Stories (Penguin Classics):

(Original Collection: Twenty-One Stories)

The Destructors
Special Duties
The Blue Film
The Hint of an Explanation
When Greek Meets Greek
Men At Work
Alas, Poor Maling
The Case For The Defence
A Little Place Off the Edgeware Road
Across The Bridge
A Drive In The Country
The Innocent
The Basement Room
A Chance For Mr. Lever
Brother
Jubilee
A Day Saved
I Spy
Proof Positive
The Second Death
The End Of The Party

(Original Collection: A Sense Of Reality)

Under The Garden
A Visit To Morin
Dream of a Strange Land
A Discovery In The Woods

(Original Collection: May We Borrow Your Husband)

May We Borrow Your Husband?
Beauty
Chagrin In Three Parts
The Over-Night Bag
Mortmain
Cheap In August
A Shocking Accident
The Invisible Japanese Gentlemen
Awful When You Think Of It
Doctor Crombie
The Root of All Evil
Two Gentle People

(Original Collection: The Last Word and Other Stories)

The Last Word
The News In English
The Moment of Truth
The Man Who Stole the Eiffle Tower
The Lieutenant Died Last Night
A Branch of the Service
An Old Man's Memory
The Lottery Ticket
The New House
Work Not In Progress
Murder For The Wrong Reason
An Appointment With The General

(Newly Collected Stories)

The Blessing
Church Militant
Dear Dr. Falkenheim
The Other Side of the Border



7 comments:

Carrie K. said...

I recently read - and loved - The Quiet American. You can read my review here, if you're interested:
http://booksandmovies.today.com/2008/05/25/the-quiet-american/

Charley said...

I have not read Graham Greene, but some of those titles sound intriguing. I look forward to reading your reviews.

Michele at Reader's Respite said...

I own a lot of Greene works, for some reason. I've learned to find some real treats buried within his writing.

By the way, I've nominated you for an award (like you don't have enough going on for the holidays, ha). You can pick it up here.

Lezlie said...

Carrie ~ I will definitely check out your review. Thanks for the link!

Charley ~ I've only read a couple of things, but there is something about his writing that has me lining up more for 2009.

Michele ~ Thank you!!

Lezlie

Eva said...

I need to read more Greene-every time I read a novel of his I'm in utter awe. Good thing he wrote so many!

Dar said...

I have never read anything by this author, to be truthful I had not even heard of him until your post. I see he has many books so I will have to check into one to see what the fuss might be-can you recommend a favorite?

Lezlie said...

Eva ~ Good to see you out and about! :-) And I agree with you. I have his complete short stories plus one novel to start out the year with, and I just ordered two more.

Dar ~ The only novel I've read is The Power and the Glory, and I find myself thinking of various scenes from it even now. I'll be getting to a few more of his pretty quickly though. Some of his short stories might be a good way to get a feel for him without committing to a whole book, too. I'm learning that is a *huge* benefit of short stories in general.

Lezlie