The Good Soldier should be one of those books I hate—droll explorations of British aristocracy with all its emotional stuntedness. But there’s something clever and innovative about the book. ...
Not every book on the Modern Library’s list holds up over time. Graham Greene’s novel is a flawed and outdated exploration of human suffering and the Catholic question of suicide. ...
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