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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Sources:

Description of Series

I. Works

II. Personal Papers, Journals, and Diaries

III. Correspondence

IV. Laurence Pollinger General Files

V. Laurence Pollinger Copyright Assignment Files

Index

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Graham Greene:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Creator: Greene, Graham, 1904-1991
Title: Graham Greene Collection
Dates: 1924-1998
Abstract: The collection consists primarily of holograph and typescript manuscripts for many of Greene's major works, personal diaries and datebooks, and correspondence. Also present are files kept by Greene's publisher Laurence Pollinger, including correspondence and records of contract negotiations.
RLIN Record #: TXRC02-A2
Extent: 96 boxes (40 linear feet), 7 galley folders, and 3 oversize folders
Repository: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Born in Berkhamstead, England, in 1904, Henry Graham Green was the fourth of six children born to Charles Henry and Marion Raymond Greene. Greene led a fairly typical childhood for the time, raised largely by nurses and nannies in the nursery and spending relatively little time with his parents. His father held a position as a headmaster at the Berkhamstead School giving Graham an early taste of divided loyalties when he entered the school in 1915. At the age of sixteen Graham had a mental crisis during which he ran away from home and school. Coming on top of several questionable suicide attempts and exaggerated illnesses, his parents sent him for six months of psychoanalysis.

In 1925 Greene took a second class degree at Oxford and published a book of poetry, Babbling April. Between 1925 and 1927 he courted Vivienne Dayrell-Browning, pursuing her with almost obsessive eagerness. Many critics credit Greene's conversion to Catholicism as a tactic to gain Vivien's favor. Regardless of his motives, Greene joined the Catholic church in 1926 and married Vivien in 1927.

Before his marriage Greene took a position as a literary journalist with The Times where he worked his way up to an editorship. However, when his first novel, The Man Within, was published in 1929 he took the almost unheard of step of resigning his position to become a full-time author. His next two books were not well received but Stamboul Train (1935; published as Orient Express in the United States, 1936), his first spy thriller, gained him a popular audience. His next two novels, It's a Battlefield (1934) and England Made Me (1935) illustrated Greene's ongoing fixation with betrayal, man's inner conflict between good and evil, and innocence as accessory to corruption.

Greene's marriage was ultimately unsuccessful. After the birth of two children, Greene found the house too noisy to write in. He carried on several less-than-discreet long-term affairs as well as regular assignations with prostitutes. He and Vivien finally separated in 1948 but never divorced.

Over the course of his life Greene traveled extensively, often to political hotspots such as Vietnam, Kenya, Liberia, and Cuba. He served in the British Intelligence Service during World War II, operating in Sierra Leone. His travels satisfied his taste for adventure while providing background for his works.

Greene's prolific and popular writing allowed him to live comfortably in London, Antibes, and Capri. Towards the end of his life he lived in Vevey, Switzerland where he died in 1991.

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Scope and Contents

Holograph and typescript manuscripts, diaries, and publisher's correspondence comprise the majority of the Graham Greene Collection, 1924-1998. The collection is organized into five series: Series I. Works, 1924-1977 (35 boxes); Series II. Personal Papers, Journals, and Date Books, 1926-1984 (5.5 boxes); Series III. Correspondence, 1925-1991 (3.5 boxes); Series IV. Laurence Pollinger General Correspondence Files, 1950-1991 (43.5 boxes); and Series V. Laurence Pollinger Copyright Files, 1928-1998 (6.5 boxes). A portion of this collection was previously accessible through a card catalog, but has been re-cataloged as part of a retrospective conversion project.

The Works series contains typescripts and page proofs for most of Greene's major works. Holograph manuscripts are also available for several works including A Burnt-Out Case, Cheap in August, The Comedians, The Honorary Consul, and Our Man in Havana. Many of the novels are also present in screenplay form or edited for different editions. England Made Me, Travels with My Aunt, The Human Factor, and Our Man in Havana are particularaly well represented. A complete list of Greene's works present in the collection is available in the Index of Works as the end of this guide.

The Personal Papers, Journals and Date Books series contains six notebooks Greene used over many years to record his dreams, as well as some 74 small spiral date books with appointments and notes jotted in them. Also present are works by other authors found among Greene's papers, an address book, and publicity schedules for two of his books.

The Correspondence series is largely composed of personal letters written by Greene as well as a few letters to Greene and a small amount of third-party correspondence. Most of Greene's letters to newspapers and magazines are "letters to the Editor" and include drafts as well as final typescripts. Perhaps most interesting are letters written by Greene to Vivianne Dayrell-Browning between 1925 and 1927 during their courtship. A complete list of correspondents can be found in the Index of Correspondents at the end of this guide.

The Laurence Pollinger General Correspondence Files series comprises files kept by Greene's long time publisher Laurence Pollinger. Generally the letters in this series are requests for publication, stage, or film use of various of Greene's works. Regular status lists of the rights for various materials are also included in the files. The files have been maintained in their orignal order, arranged chronologically, with an occasional folder labeled topically, such as "British Publishers." A small amount of duplication occurs where recipients returned copies of letters attached to their responses.

The Laurence Pollinger Copyright Files series holds records of contract negotiations for rights for use of Greene's works and is arranged by media type: audio (radio and books on tape); film (includes contracts for "film and TV" rights); publishing; stage; and television (contracts solely for TV broadcast rights). Within the subseries materials are organized alphabetically by contracting company. Names of individuals from contracting companies are not included in the Index of Correspondents. There are a few folders that contain general contract materials for a given title and those are listed by the work's title. Some of the correspondence in this series duplicates letters found in the previous General Correspondence Files series.

A fairly large quantity of thermo-faxes included in the Laurence Pollinger series were fading towards illegibility and the best photocopies possible have been made for preservation purposes and to facilitate use.

Other materials associated with Greene may be found in the following collections at the Ransom Center:

  • Barker, George
  • Blunden, Edmund Charles
  • Bowen, Elizabeth
  • Church, Richard
  • Connolly, Cyril
  • Conrad, Joseph
  • Cunard, Nancy
  • Fitzgibbon, Constantine
  • Ford, Ford Maddox
  • Grigson, Geoffrey
  • Hamilton, G.
  • Harpers
  • Hutchinson, Mary
  • Jameson, Storm
  • Lehmann, John
  • Lindsay, Philip
  • London Magazine
  • Lownders, Marie Adelaide Belloc
  • Mackenzie, Compton
  • Maclaren-Ross, Julian
  • Maugham, William Somerset
  • Morrell, Ottoline Violet Anne Cavendish Bentinck, Lady
  • Owen, Peter
  • Palmer, Herbert Edward
  • Patmore, Derek
  • PEN
  • Plomer, William Charles Franklyn
  • Pound, Ezra Loomis
  • Priestly, John Boynton
  • Pritchett, VS
  • Scott-James, Rolfe Arnold
  • Sitwell, Edith, Dame
  • Stanford, Derek
  • Strong, Leonard Alfred George
  • Warner, Rex
  • Waugh, Evelyn

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Index Terms

People
Burns, Tom (Thomas F.).
Greene, Vivienne Dayrell-Browning.
Hayward, John, 1945-1965.
Subjects
Africa--Travel and description.
Authors--England--20th century.
Catholics--England--Fiction.
England--Social life and customs--20th century.
Document Types
Diaries.
Galley Proofs.
Journals.

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Administrative Information

URL:

http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/research/fa/greene.g.hp.html

Acquisition:

Gifts and purchases, 1964-1997

Processed by:

Chelsea Dinsmore, 2002

Provenance

The majority of the Graham Greene manuscript materials were acquired in the early 1970s while various individual items and small groups were purchased between 1964 and 1997. The Laurence Pollinger correspondence files were obtained as part of a separate purchase in 1994.

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Sources:

Dictionary of Literary Biography -- Volume 15: British Novelists, 1930-1959, part 1, A-L. Bernard Oldsey, Ed. (Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1983).

Shelden, Michael. Graham Greene: The Man Within. (London: Heinemann, 1994).

Sherry, Norman. The Life of Graham Greene: Volume 1 1904-1939. (London: Jonathon Cape, Ltd, 1989).

--. The Life of Graham Greene: Volume II 1939-1955. (New York: Viking Penguin, 1995).

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Graham Greene Collection--Folder List

 

I. Works

Box Folder
1 1 A-B; Unidentified
Brighton Rock (novel)
Box Folder
1 2 Introduction, holograph and typescript with author revisions, 14pp, 1962
3-4 Page proofs with author corrections, 336pp, 1969
Brighton Rock (screenplay)
Box Folder
1 5 Typescript with typed inserts and author revisions, 82pp, n.d.
6 Typescript copy with inserts and author revisions, 114pp, n.d.
A Burnt-Out Case
Box Folder
1 7 Introduction, holograph with author revisions, 4pp, 1963
8 Holograph with inserts and author revisions, 126pp, 1959
9 Typescript and carbon copy pages with author revisions, 182pp, n.d.
10 Typescript with author inserts and revisions, 311pp, n.d.
Box Folder
2 1 Typescript with author inserts and revisions, 327pp, n.d.
2 Proof copy with author revisions, 264pp, 1961
3-4 Proof copy with author revisions, 274pp, 1974
5 C
Carving A Statue: A Play in Two Acts
Box Folder
2 6 Holograph with typescript inserts and author revisions, 34pp, 1963-64
7 Act I, two typescripts with author revisions, 45pp, 1964
8 Typescript with author revisions, 51pp, 1963-64
Box Folder
3 1-2 Two typescripts with author revisions, 162pp, 1963-64
3 Typescript revisions, 18pp, 1964
4 Three sets of galley proofs with author inserts and revisions, 115pp, n.d.
5 Two sets of page proofs with author inserts and revisions, 172pp, 1964
6-9 Five production copies, four with author revisions, and inserts, 344pp, n.d.
Box Folder
4 1 Cheap in August, holograph, typescript, and bound carbon copy with author revisions, 100pp, n.d.
2 The Collected Edition of the Works of Graham Greene: Introduction, holograph and typescript draft with author revisions, 97pp, n.d.
Collected Essays
Box Folder
4 3-4 Holograph, typescript, and printed pages with author comments and revisions, 200pp, various dates
5-7 Typescript and printed materials, 356pp, n.d.
Box Folder
5 1 Page proofs with author corrections, 463pp, 1968
2 Proof copy with author corrections, 463pp, 1968
Collected Stories
Box Folder
5 3 Introduction, holograph and typescript with author corrections, 13pp, n.d.
4-6 Page proofs with author corrections, 562pp, 1972
Box Folder
6 1-2 Printed copy with author corrections, removed from binding, 200pp, ca. 1971
The Comedians (novel)
Box Folder
6 3 Journal notes, holograph and typescript with author revisions, 51pp, 1963
4 Holograph first draft with author corrections, 194pp, n.d.
5-8 Typescript with author revisions, 421pp, n.d.
9 Typescript with author revisions, 63pp, 1964
Box Folder
7 1-2 Typescript with author revisions, 487pp, n.d.
3-5 Two carbon copies with author revisions, 487pp, n.d.
Box Folder
8 1 Two carbon copies, cont.
Viking Press edition
Box Folder
8 2-3 Proof copy with author revisions, 194pp, n.d.
Folder
* Galley proofs with author revisions, 100pp, [* removed to Galley Folder 1] 1965
Bodley Head edition
Box Folder
8 4 Proof copy with author revisions, 194pp, 1965
5 Printed copy with author revisions, 313pp, 1966
6 Book blurb, holograph and typescript drafts, 4pp, 1965
The Comedians (Collected Edition)
Box Folder
9 1-2 Page proofs with author revisions, 367pp, 1975
The Comedians (film play)
Box Folder
9 3 Four story lines, holograph and typescript drafts with author revisions, 109pp, n.d.
4 Holograph and typescript, first version, 293pp, n.d.
5 Typescript with author revisions, 91pp, n.d.
The Comedians (motion picture)
Box Folder
9 6 Typescript rough draft with author revisions, 272pp, n.d.
Box Folder
10 1 Typescript rough draft with author revisions, 227pp, n.d.
2 Typescript rough draft with author revisions, 143pp, n.d.
3 Screenplay, 165pp, n.d.
4-6 Three screenplays with author insertions and revisions, 516pp, 1966
Box Folder
11 1 Holograph and typescript fragments with author revisions, 192pp, n.d.
The Complaisant Lover (play)
Box Folder
11 2 Typescript with insertions, 77pp, n.d.
Box
* Galley proofs, 31pp, [*galleys removed to Galley folder 2] n.d.
The Confidential Agent
Box Folder
11 3 Holograph draft with author insertions and revisions, 118pp, n.d.
4 Introduction, holograph and typescript versions with author revisions, 12pp, n.d.
5-6 Page proofs with author revisions, 297pp, 1970
7 Bound volume, uniform edition with author revisions, 247pp, 1970
8 Convoy to West Africa, bound volume with author revisions, 220pp, n.d.
Box Folder
12 1 D
2 E-H
The End of the Affair
Box Folder
12 3 Introduction, holograph with author revisions, 4pp, 1963
4 Page proofs with author corrections, 221pp, 1974
England Made Me
Box Folder
12 5 Holograph with author revisions and insertions, 175pp, 1933
6 Introduction, holograph and typescript versions with author revisions, 9pp, 1962
7 Page proofs with author revisions, 285pp, 1969
8 For Vivienne: A Private Book, holograph volume with drafts, fair copies, and paste-ins, 49pp, 1926-32
A Gun For Sale
Box Folder
13 1 Introduction, holograph with author revisions, 5pp, 1962
2 Holograph with author revisions, 132pp, n.d.
3* Page proofs with author corrections, 238pp, (*4 sheets of galley proofs removed to Galley Folder 3) 1972
4 Introduction, three typescript drafts with author revisions, 19pp, 1972
The Heart of the Matter
Box Folder
13 5 Introduction, holograph with author revisions, 4pp, 1963
6 Printed volume (Uniform Edition) with author revisions, 340pp, n.d.
7-8 Page proofs with author revisions, includes holograph and typescript drafts for Introduction, 338pp, 1971
9 The Heart of the Matter (dramatization), holograph and typescript fragments, 7pp, n.d.
10 A House of Reputation: A Play in Three Acts, holograph and typescript drafts with author revisions and inserts, 112pp, n.d.
The Honorary Consul
Box Folder
14 1 Holograph notes in two notebooks and fragments, 34pp, n.d.
2 Holograph with author revisions, 157pp, 1970-72
3 Typescript with author revisions, 154pp, 1970
4-5 Typescript with author revisions, 278pp, 1971
6 Typescript with author revisions, 298pp, n.d.
Box Folder
15 1 Typescript cont.
2-3 Typescript with author revisions, includes newspaper clippings and maps, 295pp, n.d.
4-5 Typescript with author revisions, 302pp, 1972
Box Folder
16 1 Typescript with author revisions, 98pp, n.d.
2-3 Typescript with author revisions, 350pp, 1972
4 Galley proofs with author revisions, 298pp, 1973
5-6 Page proofs with author revisions, 335pp, 1973
The Human Factor
Box Folder
17 1 Notes, holograph, 11pp, n.d.
2 Introduction and author's message, holograph and typescript, 5pp, 1977
3 "The Cold Fault," typescript with author revisions, 59pp, n.d.
4-5 "Sense of Security," holograph and typescript with author revisions, 206pp, 1966-67
6 "The Human Tie," holograph with author revisions, 85pp, 1976
7 Typescript with author revisions, 220pp, 1975
8 Typescript with author revisions, 406pp, 1976-77
Box Folder
18 1-2 Typescript with author revisions, 402pp, 1977
3 Galley proofs with author revisions, 219pp, 1977
4 Page proofs with author revisions, 339pp, 1977
Box Folder
19 1 I-J
An Impossible Woman: The Memories of Dottoressa Moor of Capri
Box Folder
19 2 Typescript with author revisions, 248pp, 1975
3 Page proofs with author revisions, 205pp, 1975
In Search of a Character: Two African Journals
"Congo Journal"
Box Folder
19 4 Holograph with author additions, 62pp, 1959
5 Typescript with author revisions and title page, 58pp, n.d.
6 "Convoy to West Africa," holograph notebook, 64pp, 1941
7 Page proofs with author revisions, 121pp, 1961
8 Introductions to various works
It's a Battlefield
Box Folder
20 1 Holograph with author inserts and revisions, 130pp, 1932-33
2 Typescript with author revisions and draft introduction, 135pp, n.d.
3 Page proofs with author revisions, 237pp, 1969
4-6 Journals with fragments and partially complete stories and notes, 1940-1964
Journey without Maps
Box Folder
20 7 Holograph notes, 80pp, n.d.
8 Introduction, holograph with author revisions, 5pp, 1963
9 Journey without Maps: The Mapless Journey, holograph with author revisions, 183pp, n.d.
Box Folder
21 1 L
The Lawless Road
Box Folder
21 2 Travel journal, holograph, 127pp, n.d.
housed at end of collection Bound typescript with author revisions, 342pp, nd
3 The Little Horse Bus: A Tale of Startling Adventure, two holograph drafts with author revisions, 60pp, n.d.
4 The Little Steam Roller: A Story of Adventure, Mystery, and Detection, holograph draft, 36pp, n.d.
5 The Little Train, holograph draft, 44pp, n.d.
6-8 The Living Room (script)
6 Holograph notes on end pages of Devotional Poets of the XVII Century (London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd, ), 2pp, n.d.n.d.
7-8 Three typescript copies, 241pp, 1952
The Living Room (screenplay)
Box Folder
22 1 Holograph notes and fragments, 21pp, n.d.
2-5 Three typescript copies, some with author revisions, 394pp, 1952-1961
Lord Rochester's Monkey
Box Folder
22 6 Holograph and typescript notes and fragments with author revisions, 15pp, n.d.
7-8 Typescript with author revisions, 288pp, 1973
Box Folder
23 1-2 Typescript copy with author revisions, 337pp, n.d.
removed to oversize folders 1-2 Page proofs with author revisions, 226pp, 1974
Folder
* Galley proofs with author revisions, 61pp, [* removed to Galley Folder 4] nd
Box Folder
23 3 Bibliography, holograph and typescript copy, 21pp, n.d.
4 Loser Takes All, printed copy with author revisions, 119pp, n.d.
5 M
The Man Within
Box Folder
23 6-7 Holograph version with author revisions, 165pp, n.d.
8 Introduction, holograph with author revisions, 6pp, 1962
9 Page proofs with author revisions, 240pp, 1975
10 Printed copy with author revisions and inserts, 209pp, n.d.
Box Folder
24 1 Printed copy with author revisions, 316pp, n.d.
The Ministry of Fear
Box Folder
24 2 Introduction, holograph with author revisions, 7pp, 1962; three typescripts with author revisions, 26pp, 1972
3 Holograph with author revisions and inserts, 141pp, 1942
4-5* Page proofs with author revisions, 271pp, [*6 pages of galley proofs removed to Galley Folder 5] 1972
6 Manuscript case with author's inscription
7 "Mr. Conway's Congress," holograph and typescript drafts with author revisions, 58pp, 1962
8 "Moment of Truth," holograph and typescript drafts with author revisions, includes a review article, 14pp, n.d.
9 N
Box Folder
25 1 The Name of Action, holograph in bound notebook with author revisions and illustrations, 175pp, 1929-30
2 No Man's Land, holograph and typescript film story with author revisions, unpublished, 79pp, n.d.
3 O
Our Man in Havana (novel)
Box Folder
25 4 Typescript draft blurb with author revisions, nd, 1pp; Introduction, holograph and typescript versions with author revisions, 26pp, 1965
5 Holograph draft with author revisions and inserts, 89pp, n.d.
6-7 Composite holograph and typescript draft with author revisions, 331pp, n.d.
8 Bound carbon copy typescript with author revisions, 298pp, 1957-58
Box Folder
26 1 Page proofs with author revisions, 280pp, 1969
Our Man in Havana (screenplay)
Box Folder
26 2 Composite holograph and proof sheets with author revisions, 212pp, n.d.
3 Typescript with inserts, 173pp, 1959
4 P
5 The Pleasure Dome, Introduction, holograph and typescript versions with author revisions, 13pp, 1972
6-8 The Potting Shed (script), three typescripts, bound with author revisions, 325pp, ca. 1957-58
The Power and the Glory
Box Folder
27 1 Dedication, holograph with author revisions, 1p, 1955
2 Introduction, three typescript drafts with author revisions, 14pp, 1962
3 Holograph draft with author revisions, 138pp, n.d.
4-5 Page proofs with author revisions and printer's notes, 303pp, 1970-71
6 Printed version (Uniform edition) with author revisions, 290pp, 1970
7 Prologue to Pilgrimage, typescript with author revisions, 243pp, 1924
The Quiet American
Box Folder
28 1 Introduction, one holograph and three typescript drafts with author revisions, 73pp, 1963-72
2* Page proofs with author revisions, 221pp, [*15 pages of galley proofs removed to Galley Folder 6] 1972
3 R
4 "Reading at Night," holograph draft, two typescripts, and a bound copy, all with author revisions, 32pp, n.d.
The Return of A.J. Raffles
Box Folder
28 5 Holograph with author revisions, 44pp, 1974
6-7 Typescript drafts with author revisions and insertions, 94pp, n.d.
8-9 Typescripts with author revisions, 115pp, n.d.
10 Galley proofs with author revisions, 43pp, 1975
Folder
* Page mock-ups with author notes, 399pp, nd [*removed to oversize folder 3]
Box Folder
28 11-12 Two sets of page proofs, preliminary pages, and inserts, with author revisions, 176pp, 1975
13 Holograph rehearsal notes in a stapled notebook, 11pp, n.d.
Box Folder
29 1 Reviews of various works
2 "The Revolver in the Corner Cupboard: An Autobiographical Sketch," holograph draft in bound notebook, 3pp, n.d.
Rochester: A Restoration Portrait: Being the Life of John Wilmot, Second Earl of Rochester
Box Folder
29 3 Holograph notes with author revisions, ca 150pp, n.d.
4 "Dorimant," holograph with author revisions, 160pp, 1931
5-9 Volumes 1-5, typescript with author revisions, 389pp, n.d.
10 The Root of All Evil, two typescripts with author revisions, 37pp, n.d.
11 Rumour at Nightfall: A New Novel, holograph with author revisions, 164pp, 1930-31
Box Folder
30 1 S
2-3 Saint Joan, by George Bernard Shaw, screenplay adaptation by Greene, three composite holograph and typescript drafts with author revisions, produced, 233pp, 1957
A Sense of Reality
Box Folder
30 4 "A Discovery in the Woods," bound typescript with author revisions, 38pp, n.d.
5 "Dream of a Strange Land," bound typescript with author revisions, 26pp, n.d.
6 "Under the Garden," bound typescript with author revisions, 111pp, n.d.
7 "A Visit to Morin," bound typescript with author revisions, 27pp, n.d.
Box Folder
31 1 Holograph drafts with author revisions, 81pp, n.d.
2 Typescript drafts with author revisions, 109pp, n.d.
3 Page proofs with author revisions, 140pp, 1963
A Sort of Life
Box Folder
31 4 Holograph and typescript drafts with author revisions, 50pp, n.d.
5 Holograph and typescript drafts with author revisions, 85pp, n.d.
6 Typescript and copies with author revisions, 45pp, n.d.
7 Holograph and typescript pages with author revisions, 101pp, n.d.
8 Typescript with holograph pages and author revisions, 142pp, n.d.
9 Typescript with holograph pages and author revisions, 187pp, n.d.
Box Folder
32 1 Typed copy with author revisions, 183pp, n.d.
2 Typed copy with author revisions, 176pp, n.d.
3 Typescript with author revisions, 182pp, n.d.
4-5 Typescript with author revisions, 248pp, n.d.
Box Folder
33 1-2 Typescript with author revisions, 246pp, n.d.
3 Galley proofs with revisions and inserts, 129pp, 1970
4 Page proofs with revisions, 256pp, 1970
5 Insert for future editions, holograph with author revisions, 3pp, 1971
Stamboul Train
Box Folder
33 6 Holograph with author revisions, 135pp, 1932
7 Introduction, holograph with author revisions, 5pp, 1962
8-9 Page proofs with author revisions, 271pp, 1974
Box Folder
34 1 Bound typescript with inscription to Rupert Hart-Davis, 322pp, n.d.
2 T-Z
3 "The Tenth Man," typed copy, 90pp, n.d.
The Third Man (script)
Box Folder
34 4 Draft typed copy, 128pp, n.d.
5 Draft typed copy, 98pp, 1948
6 Release script, typed copy, 173pp, n.d.
Box Folder
35 1 Treatment, typed copy, 120pp, n.d.
The Third Man (story)
Box Folder
35 2 Typed copy, 127pp, 1948
3 Printed copy with author revisions, 110pp, n.d.
4 Printed copy (Penguin edition) with author revisions, 119pp, n.d.
5-6 Page proofs for the Collected Edition, with author revisions and includes Loser Takes All, 219pp, 1975
Travels with My Aunt
Box Folder
35 7 Holograph notes in a notebook and loose pages, 34pp, n.d.; additional holograph notes dated 1969
8 Holograph 'author's blurb,' 1p, n.d.
9 Holograph with author revisions, 147pp, n.d.
Box Folder
36 1-2 Typescript with author revisions, 291pp, n.d.
3-4 Typescript and copied pages with author revisions and inserts, 331pp, n.d.
5-6 Galley proofs with author revisions, two sets, 197pp each, 1969
Bound galley proofs with author revisions, 197pp, 1969 Shelved at end of collection
Folder
* "The Virtue of Disloyalty," galley proofs with author revisions, 5pp, [*removed to Galley Folder 7] n.d.

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II. Personal Papers, Journals, and Diaries

Box Folder
37 1 Diaries, two holograph notebooks, 367pp, 1932-33
2 Notebook, holograph and tipped in pages, 1936
Dream Diaries
Box Folder
37 3 Holograph notebook, 99pp, 1964-65
4 Holograph notebook, 200pp, 1965-66
Box Folder
38 1 Holograph notebook, 500pp, 1972-74
2 Holograph notebook with inserts, 47pp, 1979
3 Photocopy of holograph notebook, 54pp, 1981
4 Holograph notebook, 120pp, 1983-84
Box Folder
39-41 * Date books, holograph notes in 74 small spiral notebooks, 1957-1977
Box Folder
42 1 Notes and dance card, 1926-76
2 Address book, holograph notebook, 1967-1973
3 Publicity schedules for The Return of A.J. Raffles and The Comedians (film), 1966-1975
4 Various works by other or unidentified authors
5 Greene, Hugh Carleton, Sir, legal document relating to his estate, 1987
6 Various folders and envelopes with Greene's notations, n.d.

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III. Correspondence

Box Folder
42 7 Letters to Graham Greene, A-Z
Letters from Graham Greene
Box Folder
42 8 A-Z
9 Burns, Tom F., 1975-1990
10 Crossley-Holland, Kevin, 1987
11 Greene, R.N (Uncle Bob), n.d.
Greene, Vivienne
Box Folder
42 12-13 July 1925, n.d.
14-15 Aug.-Sept. 1925
Box Folder
43 1-2 Nov. 1925
3 Dec. 1925
4-5 Jan.-Feb. 1926
6 March-April 1926
7 May-June 1926
8 July-Aug. 1926
Box Folder
44 1 (cont.) July-Aug. 1926
2-3 Sept.-Oct. 1926
4-5 Nov.-Dec. 1926
6-7 Jan.-Feb. 1927
8 March 1927
Box Folder
45 1 April-May 1927
2 June-Sept. 1927
3 Hayward, John, 1931-1963
4 Moré, Marcel, 1950
5 Richey, Michael, 1954-1991
6 Russo, George, 1981
7 Spence, --, Mr. (printer), n.d.
8 Third-party correspondence, A-Z

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IV. Laurence Pollinger General Files

Box Folder
46 1 1950
1951
Box Folder
46 2 Jan.-March
3 April-Aug.
4 Sept.-Dec.
1952
Box Folder
46 5 Jan.-April
6 May-July
Box Folder
47 1 Aug.-Dec.
1953
Box Folder
47 2 Jan.-June
3 July-Dec.
1954
Box Folder
47 4 Jan.-June
Box Folder
48 1 July-Dec.
1955
Box Folder
48 2 Jan.-June
3 July-Oct.
4 Nov.-Dec.
1956
Box Folder
49 1 Jan.-March
2 April-July
3 Aug.-Dec.
1957
Box Folder
49 4 English Publishers
5 Film Rights
Foreign Publishers
Box Folder
49 6 Jan.-March
7 April-Aug.
8 Sept.-Dec.
1958
Box Folder
50 1 Jan.-March
2 April-July
3 Aug.
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V. Laurence Pollinger Copyright Assignment Files

A. Audio Rights
Box Folder
90 5 BBC Enterprises Limited, correspondence and contracts re rights to The Human Factor, 1989
6 Caedmon, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Stamboul Train, 1985
7 Chivers Audio Books [Chivers Press Ltd], correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Quiet American, Monsignor Quixote, The Power and the Glory, and The Captain and the Enemy, 1982-1996
8 Clio Press, Ltd, correspondence and contracts re: rights to various works, 1987-1990
9 Listening Library Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to Short Stories, 1990
10 Music for Pleasure Ltd, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Third Man, 1982-1985
11 Recorded Books, Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Confidential Agent, This Gun for Hire, Our Man in Havana, and The Power and the Glory, 1987
12 Simon and Schuster, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Heart of the Matter and Monsignor Quixote, 1985-1986
Box Folder
91 1 The Talking Tape Co. Ltd, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "A Visit to Morin,"  "When Greek Meets Greek,"  "Dream of a Strange Land," and "Cheap in August," 1981
2 Towers of London, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Lives of Harry Lime [based on The Third Man], 1951-1952
B. Film Rights
Box Folder
91 3 Alsatian Reid Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to A Burnt-Out Case, 1973-1974
4 Armitage, George B., correspondence and contracts re: rights to "The Root of All Evil," 1968
5 Brighton Rock, correspondence and contracts re: rights with various companies, 1939-1977
6 British Broadcasting Corporation, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Third Man, 1961
7 British Lion Films Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to various works, 1950-1959
8 Charter Film Productions Ltd, and Rattigan Productions Ltd, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Brighton Rock, 1945-1985
9 The Comedians, correspondence and contracts re: rights with various companies, 1964-1966
10 Consolidated Productions Ltd, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Doctor Fischer of Geneva, 1980-1984
11 Dean, Basil, correspondence and contracts re: Greene's assistance with a screenplay of The First and the Last by John Galsworthy, 1936
12 Dreaming Spires Productions, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Man Within, 1983-1990
13 Duffell, Peter, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Honorary Consul, 1974
14 Ealing Studios Ltd, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "The Lieutenant Died Last," 1941-42
15 Figaro, Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Quiet American, 1956-1972
16 The Film Writers Company, Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Honorary Consul, 1978
17 Flamingo Pictures, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "A Shocking Accident," 1982
18 Fox Film Corporation, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Orient Express [ Stamboul Train], 1933-72
19 Fryer, Robert, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Travels with My Aunt, 1970-1971
20 Gamma Productions and Verdant, S.A. Geneva, correspondence and contracts re: film and television rights to A Burnt-Out Case, 1967
Box Folder
92 1 Gardner, Gerald and Donald Caruso, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "Mortmain," 1968-1969
2 Geist, Kenneth, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "When Greek Meets Greek," 1967-1968
3 Gor, Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Honorary Consul, 1975-1976
4 Graham Greene Productions, Ltd., incorporation agreement and clarification re: rights to The Comedians, 1950-1966
5 Grayson, Ambrose and Godfrey Grayson, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "Across the Bridge," 1950-1952
6 Holborn Literary Company Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to Our Man in Havana, 1958
7 I.F.P. Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Loser Takes All and "Across the Bridge," 1955-1990
8 Kingsmead and Holborn Literary Company Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to Our Man in Havana, 1958-1967
9 Lengsfield, Michael (Columbia University), correspondence re: The Blue Film, a class project, 1987
10 Levin, Jack and Israel Berman, correspondence and contracts re: rights to England Made Me, 1968
11 Lewis, David [Coronado Productions Ltd.], correspondence and contracts re: rights to The End of the Affair, 1951-1954
12 London Film Productions, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "The Basement Room" [ "The Fallen Idol"], The Heart of the Matter, and The Third Man, 1937-1989
13 Lorrimer Publishing, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Third Man, "Wild Strawberries," and The Seventh Seal, 1968-1987
14 Matthews, Ronald, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "Red Sky at Night," 1953
15 May Day Film Productions, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "A Drive in the Country," 1963
16 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Comedians, Travels with My Aunt, The Tenth Man, 1944-1984
17 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Comedians, 1965-1966
18 Mirage Film Productions Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to "The Living Room," 1968
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93 1 O'Brian, Liam, correspondence and contracts re: rights to May We Borrow Your Husband?, 1963-1964
2 Paramount Productions, Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to This Gun for Hire [ Gun for Sale], 1936-1998
3 Partus Productions Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to Shipwrecked [ England Made Me], 1968-1970
4 Pasture Investment Establissement, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Human Factor and The Honorary Consul, 1966-1977
5 Preminger, Otto, correspondence and contracts re: rights to A Burnt-Out Case, 1967
6 RKO Pictures Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Power and the Glory, 1986
7 Radin, Paul, correspondence and contracts re: rights to A Burnt-Out Case, 1962-1963
8 Rank Film Distributors, Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Man Within, 1963
9 Robespierre, Eric, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "The End of the Party," 1969-1970
10 Sigma Productions Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Human Factor, 1978
11 Status of film rights for various of Graham Greene's works, 1965-1982
12 Strand Film Company, correspondence re: The Confidential Agent, 1940
13 Tara Productions (Ireland), correspondence and contracts re: rights to "Jim Braddon and the War Criminal," 1983-1990
14 Theatrecraft Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Man Within, 1944
15 Tiomkin, Dimitri, correspondence and contracts re: rights to May We Borrow Your Husband?, 1966-1981
16 Van Loewen, Jan, Dr., correspondence and contracts re; rights to The Living Room, 1970
17 Various correspondence and contracts re: rights to Greene's works, 1940-1961
18 Verdant, S.A., correspondence and contracts re: rights to A Burnt-Out Case, The Comedians, Travels with My Aunt, and various stories, 1966-1973
19 Warner Bros., Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to "When Greek Meets Greek," [ "Her Father v. His Uncle"] and The Confidential Agent, 1945-1972
20 Wheel Productions, correspondence and contracts re; rights to Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw, 1956
21 Wollangk, F.R., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Little Train, 1955
22 Wolverine Productions, Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to Lord Rochester's Monkey, 1977
23 Yorke, Bruce, correspondence and contracts re: rights to England Made Me, 1961
24 Zemrani, Sophie, correspondence re; rights to "The End of the Party," 1983
C. Publishing Rights
Box Folder
94 1 Albatross Verlag G.mb.H., memorandum of agreement re: Brighton Rock, 1938
2 Ballantine Books, correspondence and contracts re: rights to an introduction for My Silent War, 1981
3 Bantam Books, correspondence and contracts re: rights to A Burnt-Out Case, 1961
4 Bodley Head, correspondence with William Heinemann Ltd. (Max Reinhardt), 1964-1966
5-6 Bodley Head, correspondence and contracts re: rights for various works, 1952-1991
7 Book Club Associates of Smith/Doubleday House, correspondence and contracts re: rights to various works, 1971-1990
8 Cambridge University Press, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "A Discovery in the Woods," 1973
9 Carcanet Press, Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to a preface for The Ford Maddox Ford Reader edited by Sondra Stang, 1986
10 Carroll and Graf Publishers, Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Spy's Bedside Book, 1985
11 Chatto and Windus, Ltd., correspondence re: rights to Greene's introduction to The Green Child, 1970
12 Chivers Press Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to various works, 1977-1994
13 Co-Productions Roturman S.A., correspondence and contracts re: rights to all of Greene's major books, 1961
14 Edito-Service S.A., correspondence and contracts re: rights to various works, 1981-1983
15 Eyre and Spottiswoode Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Lost Childhood and Other Essays, and The Lawless Road, 1944-1967
16 F.A. Thorpe Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to Brighton Rock, 1983
17 Franklin Library, correspondence and contracts re: rights to A Gun for Sale, The Confidential Agent, and The Ministry of Fear, 1976-1988
18 Futura Publications Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Lord Rochester's Monkey, 1974
19 Glover, Dorothy, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Greene's children's stories, 1945-1955
20 Hamilton, Hamish, correspondence re: rights to an introduction, 1964
21 Heinemann Education Books, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Brighton Rock, A Gun for Sale, The Power and the Glory, "The Fallen Idol," and The Third Man, 1970-1987
22 Heinemann Ltd./Verdant S.A., general publishing rights correspondence and contractual statements for various works, 1961-1967
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95 1 Horwitz (Australia), correspondence re: rights for an introduction by Greene, 1967
2 International Authors N.V., agreement with Roturman S.A. for soft cover publication of many of Greene's books, 1961
3 ISIS Large Print - Clio Press Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Comedians, The Honorary Consul, The Lawless Road, Travels with My Aunt, 1984-1988
4 Jonathan Cape Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to an introduction for The Sign of Four by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1973
5 Lester and Orpen Dennys Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Monsignor Quixote, 1982-1984
6 The Literary Guild, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Portable Graham Greene, 1973
7 Longman Group UK Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Captain and the Enemy and The Lawless Road, 1938-1989
8 Low, David, correspondence re: an introduction by Graham Greene, 1972
9 Lythway Press Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "The Fallen Idol,"The Power and the Glory, and The Third Man, 1975-1976
10 Marshall Cavendish Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Comedians, 1987
11 Martin Secker and Warburg, Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Pleasure Dome and Other Works, 1970-1989
12 McGibbon and Kee Ltd., correspondence re: an introduction to Kim Philby: My Silent War, 1968
13 Oberon Books Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Travels with My Aunt, 1991
14 Octopus Books Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Brighton Rock and The End of the Affair, 1988
15 Oxford University Press, correspondence and contracts re: rights to various titles, 1979-1989
16 Pan Books Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to Journey Without Maps and Stamboul Train, 1948-1961
17 Pavilion Books Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to Graham Greene Country, 1985-1988
18-19 Penguin Books Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to various works, 1938-1990
20 Penns in the Rocks Press, correspondence and contracts re: rights to an essay on 'British Dramatists,' 1941
21 Playboy, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Travels with My Aunt, 1969
22 Pocket Books Division [Simon & Schuster, Inc.], correspondence and contracts re: rights to Our Man in Havana, The End of the Affair, and 21 Stories, 1973
23 The Rainbird Publishing Group Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to Lord Rochester's Monkey, 1973-1988
24 Random House, Inc. & William Heinemann Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Quiet American, 1967
25 Reinhardt Books, correspondence and contracts re: rights to various works, 1987-1989
26 Rupert Hart-Davis Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Spy's Bedside Book, 1956-1993
27 Simon and Schuster Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to Monsignor Quixote and The Other Man: Conversations with Graham Greene, 1981-1988
28 Thames and Hudson Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to use an essay on the 'British Dramatists' in The Heritage of British Literature, 1983
29 Theatreprint Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to 21 Stories, "I Spy,"  "Alas Poor Maling," and the right to print "The Case for the Defense," 1971
30 Transworld Publishers, Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to "Proof Positive" in 75 Great Short Stories, 1958
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96 1 Trust titles, general assignment of rights and trusts, 1976-1978
2 The University of Birmingham, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Human Factor, 1981
3 Verdant S.A., correspondence re: rights to The Comedians and The Captain and the Enemy, 1988
4 Verdant S.A. and Co-Productions Roturman S.A., correspondence and contracts re: rights to work by Greene, 1960-1966
5 The Viking Press, Inc., correspondence and contracts re: rights to various titles, 1947-1980
6 W.H. Allen & Co., correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Ministry of Fear and A Burnt-Out Case, 1987
7-8 William Heinemann, Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to various works, 1928-1990
D. Stage Rights
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96 9 Agencia Autorska, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Our Man in Havana, 1975
10 Dilia [Czechoslovakia], correspondence and contracts re: rights to a Czech language version of Our Man in Havana, 1978
11 Krupska, Danya, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Our Man in Havana, 1986
12 Lady Chatterley's Lover, correspondence and contracts re: rights to rights and production of this work by D.H. Lawrence, 1964
13 Rostrum Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to Our Man in Havana, 1962-1963
14 Thalia Theatre (Hungary), correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Quiet American, The Comedians, The Heart of the Matter, and Our Man in Havana, 1971-75
15 Weinberger, Josef, contract re: rights to Our Man in Havana, 1963
E. TV Rights
Box Folder
96 16 Bayerische Rundfunk, correspondence and contracts re: rights to A Burnt-Out Case, 1988-1989
17 British Lion Films Limited, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Third Man, 1958-1961
18 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, correspondence and contracts re: rights to "When Greek Meets Greek," 1961
19 Lorimar Studios, correspondence and contracts re: rights to A Burnt-Out Case, 1990
20 National Talent Association, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Power and the Glory, 1940-1986
21 RAI - RadioTelevisione Italiana, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Heart of the Matter and Stamboul Train, 1977-1981
22 Thames Television International Ltd., correspondence and contracts re: rights to Monsignor Quixote and various short stories, 1973-1984
23 Trinity Church, correspondence re: rights to "A Visit to Morin," 1990
24 Weingarten, Arthur, correspondence and contracts re: rights to The Third Man and Stamboul Train, 1989
25 Whitney, Scott, correspondence re: rights to A Drive in the Country, 1982

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 Graham Greene Collection--Index of Correspondents 

Names in bold appear in the RLIN record.

  • Allen, Walter Ernest, 1911- --42.7
  • Allott, Kenneth--42.7
  • American Academy--42.8
  • Amy, Ernest Francis, 1883- --42.8
  • Asquith, Cynthia, Lady, 1887-1960--42.7
  • Bell, Adrian, 1902-1980--42.7
  • Benson, Theodora, Hon., 1906- --42.7
  • The Bodley Head--42.7, 42.8
  • Bono, Peter--42.7
  • Books and Bookmen--42.8
  • Bowen, Elizabeth, 1899-1973--42.7
  • Bunyard, Edward A. (Edward Ashdown)--42.7
  • Burns, Tom (Thomas F.)--42.9
  • Carter, John, 1905-1975--42.8
  • Cohen, Davis--42.8
  • Cooke, Alistair, 1908- --42.7
  • The Cresset Press, Ltd.--45.8
  • Crossley-Holland, Kevin--42.10
  • The Daily Telegraph--42.7, 42.8
  • Davis, T.E. (Titus Elwood), 1851- --42.7
  • Dayrell-Browning, Marion--45.8
  • De la Mare, Walter, 1873-1956--45.8
  • The Economist--42.8
  • Ford, Ford Maddox, 1873-1939--42.7
  • The Frankfurter--42.8
  • Glade, William--42.8
  • Glenville, Peter, 1913-1996--42.7
  • Goolden, Barbara, 1900- --47.1
  • Graham Greene Productions--45.8
  • Greene, Marian R.--45.8
  • Greene, R. N.--42.11
  • Greene, Raymond, 1901- --47.1
  • Greene, Vivienne Dayrell-Browning--42.7, 42.12-45.2, 45.9
  • Hampson, John, 1901- --42.7
  • Harman, H.W.--45.8
  • Harrison, Tom--42.7
  • Hayward, John, 1905-1965--45.3
  • Karbok, Lamina--42.7
  • Macaulay, Rose, Dame--42.7
  • Malraux, André, 1901-1976--42.8
  • Matthew, David--42.7
  • Moré, Marcel--45.4
  • Morris Motor, Ltd.--45.8
  • Mortimer, Raymond, 1895-1980--42.7
  • Morton, J.B. (John Bingham), 1893-1979--42.7
  • Muggeridge, Malcolm, 1903- --42.7
  • Munnich, Ferenc--42.8
  • The New Statesman--42.8
  • Nickolson, Harold George, Sir--42.7
  • O'Malley, -- --45.8
  • Peters, A.D.--42.8
  • Picture Post--42.8
  • Prokosch, Frederic, 1908- --42.7
  • Ramington, John--42.8
  • Read, Herbert Edward, Sir, 1893-1968--42.7
  • Richey, Michael--45.5
  • Roberts, F. Warren--42.8
  • Robinson, Lennox, 1886-1958--42.7
  • Russo, George--45.6
  • The Spectator--42.8
  • Spence, -- [printer]--45.7
  • Stevenson, R.--42.7
  • Sutro, John--42.7
  • The Tablet--42.8
  • Tickell, Terrard--42.7
  • Time-Life, Inc.--42.8
  • The Times--42.8
  • The Times Literary Supplement--42.8
  • Treach, Hilary--45.8
  • Van der Post, Laurens--42.7
  • Vista Productions--42.7
  • Webster and Wilcox--42.7
  • Westerling, Mrs.--42.8
  • Wild, F. (Frank)--42.7
  • Woodruff, Douglas, 1897- --42.7
  • Wordsworth, T.J.--42.7

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 Graham Greene Collection--Index of Works 

  • 1967 address at University of Edinburgh--1.1
  • 1969 address upon receipt of Hamburg Shakespeare Prize--1.1
  • "Alas! Poor Maling"--1.1
  • "The Assumption of Mary: The Mother of God"--1.1
  • "Beauty"--1.1
  • "A Birthday in October"--1.1
  • Book of the Year review--1.1
  • Brighton Rock (novel)--1.2-4
  • Brighton Rock (screenplay)--1.5-6
  • A Burnt-Out Case--1.7-2.4
  • "Café Royal: Preface"--2.5
  • Carving A Statue: A Play in Two Acts--2.6-3.9
  • "Chagrin in Three Parts"--2.5
  • Cheap in August--4.1
  • "Chilé: The Dangerous Edge"--2.5
  • "A Christmas Broadcast by Henry II"--2.5
  • "The Clever Twist: A Melodrama in Three Acts"--2.5
  • The Collected Edition of the Works of Graham Greene: Introduction--4.2
  • Collected Essays--4.3-5.2
  • Collected Stories--5.3-6.2
  • The Comedians (novel)--6.3-9.2, Galley Folder 1
  • The Comedians (screenplay)--9.6-11.1
  • Commentary on The Stranger's Hand--2.5
  • The Complaisant Lover--11.1, Galley Folder 2
  • The Confidential Agent--11.3-7
  • Convoy to West Africa--11.8
  • "The Country with Five Frontiers"--2.5
  • "The Dangerous Edge"--12.1
  • "Dear Dr. Falkenheim..."--12.1
  • "Death of a Widow's Son"--12.1
  • "The Destructors"--12.1
  • "Dr. Crombie"--12.1
  • "The Empty Chair"--12.2
  • The End of the Affair--12.3-4
  • England Made Me--12.5-7
  • "Epitapth for a Play"--12.2
  • "Fall of Diem Bien Phu"--12.2
  • "Fanatic Arabia"--12.2
  • "For a Homesickness"--12.2
  • For Vivien: A Private Book--12.8
  • "Go Slow at Clapham Junction"--12.2
  • "Goa the Unique"--12.2
  • "The Great Spectacular"--12.2
  • Greetings to Russia on 40th anniversary of the Revolution--12.2
  • A Gun for Sale--13.1-4, Galley Folder 3
  • The Heart of the Matter--13.5-8
  • The Heart of the Matter (dramatization)--13.9
  • The Honorary Consul--14.1-16.6
  • "The Horror Comic"--12.2
  • A House of Reputation: A Play in Three Acts--13.10
  • The Human Factor--17.1-18.4
  • "A Hundred Years from Picadilly"--12.2
  • An Impossible Woman: The Memories of Dottoressa Moor of Capri--19.2-3
  • "An Incident in Sinai"--19.1
  • Indo-Chinese Diary--9.1
  • In Search of a Character: Two African Journals--19.4-8
  • Introduction to
  • Diplomat by Gunnar Hagglof--19.8
  • Father Six by Monsignor Olichon--19.8
  • Fils de la rizière by Jean Leroy--19.8
  • God Protect Me from My Friends by Gavin Maxwell--19.8
  • Luciano d'Alessandro's book of photos of Capri--19.8
  • Les oeuvres choisis (Selected Works by Greene)--19.8
  • Papa Doc by Bernard Diederich--19.8
  • Parades End by Ford Maddox Ford--19.8
  • Pavilions by the Sea by Tom Laughton--19.8
  • Qui Perd Gagne (Loser Takes All by Greene)--19.8
  • Reminiscences of Nice by Dr. Romanoff--19.8
  • The Sign of Four by Conan Doyle--19.8
  • The Snailwatcher and Other Stories by Patricia Highsmith--19.8
  • With All Faults by David Low--19.8
  • "The Invisible Japanese Gentlemen"--19.1
  • It's a Battlefield--20.1-6
  • John Hayward, book collector--19.1
  • "The Joke that Went Wrong"--19.1
  • Journey Without Maps: The Mapless Journey--20.9
  • The Lawless Road--21.2, bound volume
  • "The Lines on the Palm"--21.1
  • The Little Horse Bus: A Tale of Startling Adventure--21.3
  • The Little Steam Roller: A Story of Adventure, Mystery, and Detection--21.4
  • The Little Train--21.5
  • The Living Room (script)--21.6-8
  • The Living Room (screenplay)--22.1-5
  • Lord Rochester's Monkey--22.6-23.3, Oversize Folder 1-2, Galley Folder 4
  • "The Lotos Land"--21.1
  • Lucius--21.1
  • "The Man Who Stole the Eiffel Tower"--23.5
  • The Man Within--23.6-24.1
  • "May We Borrow Your Husband?"--23.5
  • The Ministry of Fear--24.2-6, Galley Folder 5
  • "Mr. Cinderella"--23.5
  • "Mr. Conway's Congress"--24.7
  • "Moment of Truth"--24.8
  • "Mortmain"--23.5
  • The Name of Action--25.1
  • A Nation's Conscience--24.9
  • "Never, Never Continued"--24.9
  • New Statesman Weekend Competition 2116--24.9
  • "The Nightmare Republic"--24.9
  • No Man's Land (unpublished film story)--25.2
  • "Oh damn your morality..."--25.3
  • Orient Express--See Stamboul Train
  • "The Other"--25.3
  • Our Man in Havana (novel)--25.4-26.1
  • Our Man in Havana (screenplay)--26.2-3
  • "The Overnight Bag"--25.3
  • "The Paradox"--26.4
  • A Personal Forward--26.4
  • "Pius XII: The Paradox of the Pope"--26.4
  • "Places"--26.4
  • The Pleasure Dome--26.5
  • "The Pleasure of Being Deported"--26.4
  • "The Poet and the Gold"--26.4
  • The Potting Shed--26.6-8
  • The Power and the Glory--27.1-6
  • "Prague, 1948"--26.4
  • Prologue to Pilgrimage--27.7
  • Prologue to The Past of Miss Silver by Joseph Skvorecky--26.4
  • The Quiet American--28.1-2, Galley Folder 6
  • "Reading at Night"--28.4
  • "Regina vs. Sir James Barrie"--28.3
  • The Return of A.J. Raffles--28.5-13, Oversize Folder 3
  • "Return to Havana"--28.3
  • "The Revenge"--28.3
  • Review of
  • Desert Calling by Anne Freemantle--29.1
  • Desert Lore by Henry de Montberlant--29.1
  • Judgement on Deltchev by Eric Ambler--29.1
  • The Loss of Eldorado by V.S. Naipaul--29.1
  • Obscenity and the Law by Norman St. John-Stevas--29.1
  • One for the Devil by Etienne Leroux--29.1
  • Robert Louis Stevenson by James Pope Hennessy--29.1
  • Sous le soleil de Satan by Georges Bernanos--29.1
  • South-East Asia in Turmoil by Brian Crozier--29.1
  • Stephen Crane by John Berryman--29.1
  • To Beg I am Ashamed- by Shiela Cousins--29.1
  • The Week by Patricia Cockburn--29.1
  • "The Revolver in the Corner Cupboard"--29.2
  • Rochester, A Restoration Portrait: Being the Life of John Wilmot, Second Earl of Rochester--29.3-4
  • The Root of All Evil--29.10
  • "The Rude Mechanicals"--28.3
  • Rumour at Nightfall--29.11
  • Saint Joan--30.2-3
  • "Secrets"--30.1
  • "Security in Room 51"--30.1
  • Sense of Reality--30.4-31.3
  • "A Shocking Accident"--30.1
  • Solzhenitsyn's Nobel Speech--30.1
  • "Song for Three Aging Voices"--30.1
  • A Sort of Life--31.4-33.5
  • "A Spy's Bedside Book"--30.1
  • Stamboul Train--33.6-34.1
  • "The Stranger's Land"--30.1
  • Table talk--34.2
  • "The Tenth Man"--34.3
  • The Third Man (script)--34.4-35.1
  • The Third Man (novel)--35.2-6
  • "To Your Being A Hideous Way Off"--34.2
  • Travels with My Aunt--35.7-36.6, bound galley proofs
  • "Two Gentle People"--34.2
  • "Two Reasons for Not Writing Verse to You"--34.2
  • Under the Garden: Blurb--34.2
  • "The Virtue of Disloyalty"--34.2, Galley Folder 7
  • "A Visit to Poland"--34.2
  • Weekend Competition 1621--34.2
  • Weekend Competition 1709--34.2
  • Weekend Competition 1850--34.2
  • "The Word Pterodactyl, or A Man of Extremes"--34.2
  • "The Writer and the Cinema"--34.2

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