Nothing; Doting; Blindness
Henry Green is a neglected master of 20th century literature who is ripe for rediscovery.
These three brilliant novels span Green’s career as a novelist and display his unique talents as a writer. Nothing is a tale of the merry-go-round of love, marriage and infidelity amid the ceaseless intergenerational tussle of innocence versus experience. Doting sets the middle-aged m
Blindness is the story of a very young man (18 or 19) who is returning home from school for a brief holiday when he blinded in an accident while riding the train. The book (as can be inferred from the above) is not much concerned with p ...more