• "An extraordinarily eclectic collection of reportage, speeches, memoirs, in which the Master reviews films, travels to trouble spots, bestrides the international political scene, welcomes Charlie Chaplin into exile from America, discusses communism, Catholicism and his literary idols...vital, intelligent and a constant pleasure"

  • "The ultimate chronicler of twentieth-century man's consciousness and anxiety"

    William Golding
  • "Amply demonstrates the breadth of Greene's reportorial regard and the depth of his moral judgment"