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Author: Quentin FalkCondition: NewFormat: PaperbackPages: 158Publisher: Reynolds & Hearn LtdYear: 2000ISBN: 9781903111130
Rightly regarded as one of the 20th century's literary giants, Graham Greene has had his work translated to the cinema more than any other major modern writer. In Travels in Greeneland, Quentin Falk examines all facets of Greene's involvement with the film world, including his distinguished stint as a critic in the 1930s. Contrasts are made between the work he himself adapted for the screen, such as The Third Man and Our Man in Havana, and the work that has been adapted by others, like The Heart of the Matter and The Honorary Consul. Now revised and expanded, this fully illustrated volume brings the story up to date with Neil Jordan's 1999 film The End of the Affair.