Graham Greene - Works

Works

  • The Man Within (1929)
  • The Name of Action (1930)
  • Rumour at Nightfall (1931)
  • Stamboul Train (1932)
  • It's a Battlefield (1934)
  • England Made Me (also published as The Shipwrecked) (1935)
  • A Gun for Sale (1936)
  • Brighton Rock (1938)
  • The Confidential Agent (1939)
  • The Power and the Glory (1940)
  • The Ministry of Fear (1943)
  • The Heart of the Matter (1948)
  • The Third Man (1949)
  • The End of the Affair (1951)
  • Twenty-One Stories (1954) (short stories)
  • Loser Takes All (1955)
  • The Quiet American (1955)
  • Our Man in Havana (1958)
  • A Burnt-Out Case (1960)
  • A Sense of Reality (1963) (short stories)
  • The Comedians (1966)
  • May We Borrow Your Husband? (1967) (short stories)
  • Travels with My Aunt (1969)
  • A Sort of Life (1971) (autobiography)
  • The Honorary Consul (1973)
  • The Human Factor (1978)
  • Doctor Fischer of Geneva (1980)
  • Ways of Escape (1980) (autobiography)
  • Monsignor Quixote (1982)
  • Getting to Know the General (1984) (nonfiction Panama memoir)
  • The Tenth Man (1985)
  • The Captain and the Enemy (1988)
  • The Last Word (1990) (short stories)
  • No Man's Land (2005)

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