The Man Within My Head

The Man Within My Head


Ever due to the fact that he first found Graham Greene's paintings, Pico Iyer has felt a haunting closeness with the English author. In The guy inside of My Head, Iyer follows Greene's path from his first novel, The guy Within, to such later classics as The Quiet American, interpreting Greene's obsessions, his elusiveness, and his penchant for secret. The deeper he plunges into this exploration, the extra Iyer starts to wonder if the fellow inside his head is probably not Greene yet his personal father, or even a few extra shadowy element of himself.

Drawing upon stories around the globe, from Cuba to Bhutan, and relocating, as Greene could, from Sri Lanka in battle to intimate moments of introspection, this can be the main own and revelatory publication but from one in every of our so much astute observers of internal trips and crossing cultures.

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