A Separate Disloyalty

THE HUMAN FACTOR by Graham Greene; Simon & Schuster; 347 pages; $9.95

Novelist Granam Greene, 73, is entering the 50th year of a charmed career. Since publication of The Man Within in 1929, he has achieved critical and popular success. Among the English writers of Greene's generation, only Evelyn Waugh was more skillful at moving a narrative with brief, dramatic scenes. Yet Greene's contributions have had a wider influence. He administered to the spy thriller its most potent dose of modern disillusionment. As a Roman Catholic convert with an...

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