Nicholas Shakespeare

The paradox of Graham Greene – searching for peace in the world’s warzones

The torrid border country that is Greeneland promised not only escapist thrills but equilibrium for the conflicted writer, says Richard Greene

Graham Greene on location during the filming of Our Man in Havana. Credit: Getty Images

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