Graham Greene, who was in the staff of The Times from 1926 to 1940, and served in the Foreign Office during WWII, is the author of many important novels, several of which were made into movies. Critics often refer to a turning point in his writing when he converted to Catholicism, and often wonder as to why he continues to elude the Nobel Committee. His first work, Babbling April, appeared in 1925. His latest published novel is The Tenth Man (Simon & Schuster, 1985).
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