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Greene A Man of Few Yet Elegant Words Graham Greene a literary master of the ages A man who took a language of many words and summed up everything in a nice neat pleasant to read package As opposed to writing with the elegance of many words he wrote with the elegance of very few but powerful ones Graham Greene truly is a writer with a sense to give meaning and symbolism to such otherwise unimportant things Graham Greene wrote in such a manner that it caught the attention of the reader without over killing the thought or idea Greene did not leave one on the rope hanging or clueless yet he did not detail an object to the point where you could see it sitting in front of you The amount of provided was just enough to moisten your mouth and give you a bit to taste but not enough to fill you up and not just a picture of a delectable you wish you could have What he gives you satisfies you just right until you get to the next scene of excitement Unlike many more modern authors were the books are glorified with a multitude of words that bombard you as the page turns Or books of ages gone that are filled with words that require multiple dictionaries and a translator to understand them Greene puts it out for you in plain English which still reflects the use of a newly purchased Thesaurus Writing in simple plain English isnt what sets Greene apart from the pack Its his use of metaphors that seem to hit home His description of such things that couldnt possibly be accomplished by such a feat and yet is He was appalled again by her maturity as she whipped up a smile from a large and varied stock Pp110 The Power and The Glory You cant just whip up a
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