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Комедиантите
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13 November 2006

The Comedians

The Comedians is a novel by Graham Greene, first published in 1966. It depicts life in Haiti under the rule of François "Papa Doc" Duvalier and his secret police, the Tonton Macoute. The setting for much of the novel, the Hotel Trianon, was inspired by the Hotel Oloffson in central Port-au-Prince.

The novel was made into a motion picture in 1967 with Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Alec Guinness, Peter Ustinov, James Earl Jones, Cicely Tyson, and Lillian Gish.

About the Author
Graham  Greene

Henry Graham Greene, OM, CH (October 2, 1904 – April 3, 1991) was a prolific English novelist, playwright, short story writer and critic whose works explore the ambivalent moral and political issues of the modern world. Greene combined serious literary acclaim with wide popularity. Although Greene objected strongly to being described as a "Catholic novelist" rather than as a "novelist who happened to be Catholic", Catholic religious themes are at the root of many of his novels, including Brighton Rock, The Heart of the Matter, The End of the Affair, Monsignor Quixote, and his famous work The Power and the Glory. Works such as The Quiet American also show an avid interest in the workings of international politics.

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