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Graham Greene – A Sense of Reality | Review

Title: A Sense of Reality

Author: Graham Greene

Type: Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 112

Rating: 4/5


Graham Greene - A Sense of Reality

Graham Greene – A Sense of Reality


This book is essentially a mini short story collection from one of my favourite authors, bringing together four different pieces: Under the Garden, A Visit to Morin, Dream of a Strange Land and A Discovery in the Woods.

What’s cool here is that they don’t feel like typical Greene stories, although there are a few little references to Catholicism and the church. I particularly enjoyed Under the Garden, possibly because it takes up over half of the book, although each of the stories were strong, unusually so. Worth reading!


Graham Greene

Graham Greene


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