Reading Greene to Study Nations The writer Graham Greene would have turned 100 years old this past weekend. Commentator Pico Iyer says Greene's stories of Haiti, Vietnam, Cuba and other countries still ring true today.
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The writer Graham Greene would have turned 100 years old this past weekend. Commentator Pico Iyer says Greene's stories of Haiti, Vietnam, Cuba and other countries still ring true today.

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