Wise Words From Graham Greene

Always spooky, when a writer plucks a thought out of your head and sticks it on to a page. This is Graham Greene, interviewed in the Paris Review, on what gives his novels “the unity of a system.”

I write about situations that are common, universal might be more correct, in which my characters are involved and from which only faith can redeem them, though often the actual manner of the redemption is not immediately clear.