Saturday, March 14, 2009
I'm reading Graham Greene's The End of the Affair for book group, and have been recalling his other Catholic novels, especially The Power and the Glory.
I have no idea why, but almost no online comments take Greene's Catholicism seriously.
The book group is the LGBT group at Manchester Central Library, and I am trying to work out why this is a chosen book. Is there a hint of homosexual feeling between Bendrix and Miles?
Oh, and the flag above is for Martin.
[BTW. There is a good article online at the TLS].