May We Borrow Your Husband? and Other Comedies of the Sexual Life

European Literature

Author: Graham Greene

Affairs, obsessions, grand passions and tiny ardours course through twelve poignant and wryly humorous stories of sexual love. In the title story, author William Harris is in Antibes finishing his first attempt at historical biography, but he becomes more interested in the antics of two homosexual interior decorators. From the macabre of “The Over-night Bag” to the comedy….Read More

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