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SHARON WEINSTEIN Hampton University ROGER SHARROCK. 298 p. At age 80 and after half a century as a novelist, Graham Greene remains one of the most durable writers in the English-speaking world. Twenty-five novels, four volumes of short stories, four plays, three travel books, two autobiographies, and eight miscellaneous books testify to his vitality. As late as last fall, for example, he published another book, this one on the late Panamanian strongman, Omar Torrijos.
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Saints, Sinners and Comedians: The Novels of Graham Greene by Roger Sharrock Burns and Oates, 298 pp, £1. 0, September 1984, ISBN 0 86012 134 8. Travels in Greeneland: The Cinema of Graham Greene by Quentin Falk Quartet, 229 pp, £1. 5, September 1984, ISBN 0 3. The Other Man: Conversations with Graham Greene by Marie-Françoise Allain Bodley Head, 187 pp, £. 0, April 1983, ISBN 0 370 30468 3. The longevity of artists creates special difficulties for their critics. Sharrock’s Saints, Sinners and Comedians is one of those solid, earnestly admiring academic studies that litter the graves of the canonised dead but seldom get dropped on the heads of living writers. Its ignorance of critical theory is complete, and it never startles the reader with the brilliance of its insights: yet it’s by no means a wasted effort.
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His book Graham Greene’s Catholic Imagination, while not an easy read, provides the best in-depth survey of Greene’s Catholic theological thought throughout his publishing career. Chapter 4: Faith and Doubt in Saints, Sinners, and Comedians: The Novels of Graham Greene by Roger Sharrock Before Mark Bosco, Roger Sharrock provided the definitive criticism of Graham Greene’s Catholicism in his Saints, Sinners, and Comedians: The Novels of Graham Greene. This chapter in particular discusses Catholic themes in all of Greene’s published work, though focusing primarily on his four Catholic novels.