The Service Literature Provides

Graham Greene dismissed some of his novels as "entertainments." ¬†Yet among these are works as lasting as anything he wrote--and as interesting. ¬†Greene was reflecting a cultural schizophrenia that Clement Greenberg, on the eve of World War II (and the time when Greene was producing "entertainments" profusely) diagnosed, calling one extreme "kitsch" and the other … Continue reading The Service Literature Provides