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For 27 years Fr Leopoldo Duran was probably the closest friend of the novelist Graham Greene. Greene and Duran holidayed together in Spain and Portugal every year, and visited each other's homes regularly Duran administered the Sacrament of Extreme Unction for the first time at the time of Greene's death, when he was the only person present. Greene's last novel, "Monsignor Quixote", is built around the pair's adventures, and dedicated to Duran
For 27 years Fr Leopoldo Duran was probably the closest friend of the novelist Graham Greene.
Durán Leopoldo Durán, Graham Greene: Friend and Brother, trans. Euan Cameron (London: Harper Collins, 1994). Falk Quentin Falk, Travels in Greeneland: The Cinema of Graham Greene (London: Quartet Books, 1984). I am extremely grateful for the kindness and cooperativeness of owners of letters written by Graham Greene that appear in this book. The following list indicates page numbers on which a letter begins; where there is more than one on a page they are distinguished as a, b and c: Lucy Caroline Bourget: this page, this page, this page, this page, this page, this page, this page, this page, this page, this page, this page, this page, this page, this page, this page, this page, this page.
Father Leopoldo Duran originally met Graham Greene at the London Ritz in 1973. The invitation had been issued by Greene. He already knew a lot about Duran, who had written and lectured about him in both Spain and England, and indeed corresponded with him, over nearly two decades.
He evidently derived a thrill from the risk of discovery. Shelden also reports a friend’s remark that Greene and Catherine had sex behind every high altar in Italy-but that sounds like a piece of conversational hyperbole. It is time to consider the extraordinarily hostile spirit of Shelden’s book.
Across the Bridge 43. Jubilee 49. Brother 53. Proof Positive 57. A Chance for Mr. Lever 60. The Hint of an Explanation 70. The Second Death 77. A Day Saved 81. A Little Place off the Edgware Road 84.
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Leopoldo Durán, professor of (English) literature, philosophy and theology, lived for three decades in Great Britain where he was contacted by Graham Greene after Durán's doctoral dissertation about priesthood. The two men became friends for life and the author annually visited the priest at the Oseira monastery. Greene's humorous and satirical novel Monsignor Quixote was a direct result of the long religious and political conversations both friends had, more triggered by visits to local vineyards than for the need of philosophical discours.