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nienth' limited Greene's involvementrnwith them.rnHazzard writes that "the anxiety ofrnmen, women, and children living closernto the bone and die abss is a climate ofrnthe earh' fiction, which freqnently takesrnplace in wet, cold, sunless settings." Andrnshe shrewdly notes that many ridicnlonsrncharacters in his novels are called "Henr',"rn"a . . .

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