The main aim of this work is to provide a comprehensive guide to the writings of Graham Greene, who is described as one of England's most distinguished living authors. It is particularly designed for those unfamiliar with his work. The first chapter provides an overview of Greene's career and major themes in his writings. Subsequent chapters focus on his early novels ("It's a Battlefield", "England Made Me" and "Brighton Rock"), his major religious novels (including "The Power and the Glory" and "The Heart of the Matter"), the political novels of his middle career (such as "The Quiet American" and "The Comedians") and his later fiction (including "The Honorary Consul", "Travels with My Aunt" and "Doctor Fischer of Geneva"). The final chapter covers Greene's plays, stories and essays.