Order of Graham Greene Books
Graham Greene (1904-1991) was an English author of literary fiction and thriller novels, non-fiction, short stories, poetry, plays, screenplays and more. His writing explored ambivalent moral and political issues of the world at the time. Greene’s work often contained Catholic themes, although he objected to being referred to as a “Catholic novelist.” He spent the final years of his life living in Switzerland, in the same town as Charlie Chaplin (the two were close friends).
Graham Greene became a published author in 1925 with the poetry collection Babbling April. His first novel was The Man Within, published in 1929. His final novel was The Captain and the Enemy, which was published in 1988. Below is a list of Graham Greene’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Stories
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Standalone Plays
Publication Order of Picture Books
|The Little Train||(1946)|
|The Little Fire Engine||(1950)|
|The Little Horse Bus||(1952)|
|The Little Steamroller||(1955)|
Publication Order of Anthologies
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: Stamboul Train was also published as The Orient Express. England Made Me was also titled The Shipwrecked. A Gun for Sale was also published as This Gun for Hire. The Power and the Glory is also known as The Labyrinthine Ways. The Lawless Roads was also published as Another Mexico.
The Spy’s Bedside Book was co-edited by Hugh Greene. Why Do I Write was written with Elizabeth Bowen and V.S. Pritchett. The Heritage of British Literature was co-authored with Elizabeth Bowen, Anthony Burgess, Lord David Cecil and Kate O’Brien.