A study of Graham Greene's fiction from the perspective of ethics and community, focusing on the narrative pattern that emerges from the author's idiosyncratic use of keywords like peace, despair, compassion or commitment. This book explores their potential for the textual articulation of narrative conflict and the dramatization of the ethical.
Paula Martin Salvan is Associate Professor of English at the University of Cordoba, Spain. Her research interests include Modernist and Postmodernist fiction, literary and critical theory. Her current research focuses on the notion of community and its fictional construction. Her latest book is the co-edited volume Communtiy in Twentieth-Century Fiction (2013).