The Third Woman
The Secret Passion That Inspired The End of the AffairBook - 2001
The 12-year affair between Graham Greene and Catherine Walston, the sexually adventurous 1940s and 1950s society hostess, was only made public in a silence-shattering article in The Sunday Times after Greene's death in 1991. It was a relationship that was to have crucial creative and destructive effects on the lovers and also their contemporaries - in particular their partners - and was the direct inspiration for a work regarded by many as Greene's masterpiece, The End of the Affair, dedicated to C and praised by William Faulkner as one of the most true and moving novels in anybody's language.
Publisher: London : Little, Brown ; Abacus, 2001, c2000
Branch Call Number: 823.912/GRE -C 4565 1