initially are unaware of Greene or don’t know where to place him. He falls into cracks in the curriculum, between the historical canon and contemporary fiction.
But once they discover “The End of the Affair,” Gorra says, their enthusiasm is sky-high.
“They like the passion. Not the descriptions of sex, but something you can stake your life on. In the same way they like ‘Wuthering Heights.'”
(Thanks to George at Bookninja.)