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  • Chalk and CheeseA Comparative Study of A Kiss for the Leper and A Burnt-Out Case
  • Philip Stratford (bio)
Philip Stratford

Associate Professor of English, University of Western Ontario; author of Faith and Fiction: The Creative Process in Greene and Mauriac (to appear in spring, 1964)

notes

A longer version of this essay will appear in a book. Faith and Fiction, to be published by the University of Notre Dame Press in 1964. Quotations from A Kiss to the Leper arc from Gerard Hopkins’ translation (London, 1951). Most other references to Mauriac are to his Œuvres Completes (abbreviation: O.C.) 12 vols. (Paris, 1950–52). Where titles are given in French, the translation is my own.

1. “A Visit to Morin,” A Sense of Reality (New York, 1963), 65.

2. “Felix Culpa?” Commonweal, XLVIII (July 16, 1948), 323.

3. Personal interview with Graham Greene, Jan. 1962.

4. “Préface,” O.C, I, i.

5. In Search of a Character (London, 1961), 8.

6. Why Do I Write? (London, 1948), 31.

7. “François Mauriac,” The Lost Childhood (London, 1951), 70–73.

8. “Mes grands hommes,” O.C, VIII, 429–32.

9. “Préface,” O.C, IV, iv.

10. “Cinema,” The Spectator, C1X (June 17, 1938), 1096.

11. “Vue sur mes romans,” Le Figaro (Nov. 15, 1952), 1.

12. “François Mauriac,” Writers at Work (New York, 1939), 44.

13. “Vue sur mes romans,” Le Figaro, 1.

14. In Search of a Character, 74.

15. “François Mauriac,” The Lost Childhood, 70.

16. “François Mauriac,” Writers at Work, 43.

17. “Le Romancier et ses personnages,” O.C, VIII, 292–9.

18. “François Mauriac,” The Lost Childhood, 71–72.

19. “The Two Maritains,” New Statesman and Nation, XXXI (Jan. 26, 1946), 72.

20. “Préface à Trois Récits,” O.C, VI, 120.

21. “La civilisation chrétienne est-elle en péril?” Essais Catholiques (Paris, 1953), 17.

22. Why Do I Write? 31.

23. “The Art of Fiction,” The Paris Review, No. 3 (Autumn, 1953), 34.

24. “Mes grands hommes,” O.C, VIII, 429–30.

25. Bloc-Notes (Paris, 1958), 181, or “Préface,” V. de Pange, Graham Greene (Paris, 1955), 10.

26. Philip Stratford, “One Meeting with Mauriac,” The Kenyan Review, XXI (Autumn, 1959), 618.

27. “Un auteur et son œuvre,” Paroles Catholiques (Paris, 1954), 92.

28. “Le Roman,” O.C, VIII, 270.

29. Journey Without Maps, Uniform Edition (London, 1962), 19.

30. Ibid., 10.

31. “Books in General,” New Statesman and Nation, XLIII (June 21, 1952), 745.

32. “Preface,” A Burnt-Out Case (New York, 1961), vii.

33. “Le Roman,” O.C, VIII, 270.

34. “La civilisation chrétienne …” Essais Catholiques, 19–20.

35. “Journal II,” O.C., XI, 154.

36. “Dieu et Mammon,” O.C., VII, 317.

37. “Journal II,” O.C., XI, 155.

38. Cited by Greene in “Cinema,” The Spectator, CLVIII (Feb. 26, 1937), 356.

39. “Préface,” E. Rideau, Comment lire François Mauriac (Paris, 1945), 7.

40. “Le Jeune homme,” O.C., IV, 436.

41. Cited by Mauriac in “Rene Bazin,” O.C., VIII, 482; cited by Greene in “Message aux catholiques français,” Essais Catholiques, 13.

42. Why Do I Write?, 47.

43. “Les paradoxes du christianisme,” Essais Catholiques, 46.

44. “Mr. Maugham’s Pattern,” The Spectator, CIX (Jan. 14, 1938), 59.

45. Pierre-Henri Simon, Mauriac par lui-même (Paris, 1953), 58.

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ISSN
1712-5278
Print ISSN
0042-0247
Pages
pp. 200-218
Launched on MUSE
2015-07-01
Open Access
No
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