Long-Lost Graham Green work

Long-lost Graham Greene work to be serialized in the Strand


The first lines Graham Greene uttered in the literary universe are these, from his 1929 novel “The Man Within”:

He came over the top of the down as the last light failed and could almost have cried with relief at sight of the wood below. He longed to fling himself down on the short stubbly grass and stare at it, the dark comforting shadow which he had hardly hoped to see… >>>
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