France: Gagging Greene

A court bans his exposé

"To all those tempted to come and I live on the Côte d'Azur, I give a warning: avoid Nice, for it is the privileged haunt of the most powerful 'criminal milieu' in the south of France." So writes Graham Greene, the British novelist, who has lived at Antibes, only a few miles from Nice, for the past 17 years. But the French will not be able to thrill to Greene's charges in his new nonfiction book entitled J'Accuse: Portrait of a Delinquent in His Protected Milieu. The appellate court of Aix-en-Provence ruled...

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