GRAHAM GREENE – THE PLEASURE-DOME, THE COLLECTED FILM CRITICISM 1935-40

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GRAHAM GREENE – THE PLEASURE-DOME, THE COLLECTED FILM CRITICISM 1935-40

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First edition, Secker & Warburg, 1972.

For five years in the 1930s, Graham Greene was leading a double life. With one hand he was writing such unforgettable novels as Brighton Rock, The Power and the Glory and A Gun for Sale; with the other he was chronicling, week by week, the films that opened in London, for The Spectator and briefly for the distinguished, ill-fated magazine Night and Day.

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Condition: Very good, some edge wear/chipping to top of jacket, slight fading to spine. Boards and inner pages are in fine condition.