A World Of My Own: A Dream Diary by Graham GreeneA World Of My Own: A Dream Diary by Graham Greene

A World Of My Own: A Dream Diary

byGraham Greene

Paperback | December 17, 1996

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Graham Greene was always deeply interested in the role played by the subconscious in his writing, and the private world of his dreams was one that he nurtured carefully, recording it almost daily in his dream diaries.  Selecting from these dream diaries, he prepared this small treasure for publication just before his death in 1991—
a last gift from a great writer to delight and entertain his readers.
Graham Greene was born in Berknamsted, England, in 1904. He died in Vesey, Switzerland, April 3rd, 1991.
Title:A World Of My Own: A Dream DiaryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.25 inPublished:December 17, 1996Publisher:Knopf Canada

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ISBN - 10:0394280164

ISBN - 13:9780394280165

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From Our Editors

Graham Greene is one of the most admired and prolific writers of our century, and his books, including The Power and the Glory and The Heart of the Matter, have been translated into dozens of languages around the world. A World of My Own collects entries from the dream-journal that Greene kept during the last 25 years of his life, and is a fascinating glimpse into the unconscious imagination of a powerful intellect.

Editorial Reviews

"Simply as likeable a little book as I've read in years, funny and moving and always marvellously subtle in its intelligence, the work of a craftsman who knows his craft so deeply that nothing he touches escapes it." — The Globe & Mail"Delightfully odd...an endearing little book." —The Montreal Gazette"This little book honours what in so many ways Green honoured in his long lifetime of writing: the value of mystery." —William Trevor