The Virtue of Disloyalty by Greene, Graham

The Virtue of Disloyalty

Greene, Graham

The text of the author's speech receiving the Shakespeare Prize in Hamburg. 'Loyalty confines you to accepted opinions: loyalty forbids you to comprehend sympathetically your dissident fellows; but disloyalty allows you to roam through any human mind ... ; 'privately printed in an edition of 300 copies at The Stellar Press, Hatfield for distribution by the author and publisher'; the latter's compliments slip laid in and inscribed, 'Sir Paul and Lady Reilly [typed], love Max' [Reinhardt].



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Publisher: The Bodley Head. First English edition 1972
Printed wrappers. Small red crayon mark on front panel, one corner a little creased, else fine.

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