Greene, Graham. London: Reinhardt Books in association with Viking, 1990. First Edition. First Printing. Condition (Book/DJ): Very Good/Very Good.
This book’s a little different to your average, run of the mill novel – Reflections is, in fact, a collection of the articles that Graham Greene wrote for an assortment of newspapers throughout his career, a bit like By-line by Ernest Hemingway. Spanning nearly seven decades of his writing, it’s definitely a must-have for any serious fan of Graham Greene, and I’m actually convinced that even new readers will enjoy it, although they might find it slow going. The fact is, as with any author, it’s interesting to see inside his mind, and to see what he was interested in outside of writing.