8 edition of A quiet American found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -379) and index.
|LC Classifications||D809.U5 M37 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 403 p. :|
|Number of Pages||403|
|LC Control Number||99022064|
The Books The Quiet American by Graham Greene Reviewed 01/04/ Watch video. Overview. Thomas Fowler is a jaded, apathetic English foreign correspondent, two years into his assignment in. But at it's heart, "The Quiet American" is a tale of two dissimilar men and their love for a beautiful Vietnamese woman. One man is an older British newspaperman saddled with a wife back in England. The other is a young, naive, low level, diplomat from Boston.
Unlike his earlier works, The Quiet American plays little or no part concerning religion, but more political concerning the war in Indochina. A very good copy bound in dark blue cloth, spine lettering gilt, some light rubbing to corners and spine ends, book leans just a bit, in clipped dust jacket. Price: $ The Quiet American is a spy story of sorts. It’s a love story of sorts. It’s a mystery story of sorts. It’s a political novel of sorts. It’s a satire, of sorts. Mostly it’s a Graham Greene novel with all the idiosyncrasies, ambiguities and complexities that that entails. It’s a great book. Highly recommended.
The Quiet American is a short page novel, but the storyline reveals the very beginnings of America’s involvement in Vietnam. Graham Greene was a terrific writer, and while the novel is fictional, it is based on Greene’s actual experience as . The Quiet American, novel by Graham Greene, combining a murder mystery with a cautionary tale of Western involvement in Vietnam. It was first published in , at the beginning of the U.S. involvement in Vietnamese politics, and it proved to be prophetic. The novel concerns the relationship.
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The Quiet American is an interesting novel from a historical perspective, as it was written in the s and foreshadows the future development of the Vietnam conflict and America’s role in it.
In this respect it is remarkably similar to Our Man in Havana, which was published just before the Cuban revolution of /5(). The Quiet American, Graham Greene () The Quiet American is a novel by English author Graham Greene which depicts French colonialism in Vietnam being uprooted by the Americans during the s.
The novel implicitly questions the foundations of growing American involvement in Vietnam in the s and is unique in its exploration of the subject topic through the links among its three main characters - Fowler, Pyle and Phuong.4/5(K).
A Quiet American: The Secret War of Varian Fry. Andy Marino. really liked it Rating details 66 ratings 10 reviews. The story of Varian Fry, called the "real Rick" of Casablanca, is perhaps one of the most unknown, yet extraordinary sagas of World War II.
This penetrating biography follows Varian Fry through his adult life--from his beginnings in the s as a Harvard graduate and political 4/5. A Quiet American is an effort to extensively examine the life of a genuine American hero whose political and cultural influence is still largely : St.
Martin''s Publishing Group. Originally published in and twice adapted to film, The Quiet American remains a terrifiying and prescient portrait of innocence at large. This Graham Greene Centennial Edition includes a new introductory essay by Robert : THE QUIET AMERICAN A quiet American book Graham Greene ‧ RELEASE DATE: March 9.
is a disquieting examination of a central, contemporary issue, and substitutes political conscience for the spiritual concern of Greene's recent vela but the battleground is still a highly personal terrain- and an individual is the chief casualty.
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The first edition of the novel was published in Decemberand was written by Graham Greene. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format.
The Quiet Americanis a novel by Graham Greene that was first published in Subject: Excellent book - but publishednot "The novel implicitly questions the foundations of growing American involvement in Vietnam in the s Thomas Fowler is a British journalist in his fifties who has covered the French war in Vietnam for more than two years.
The Quiet American is set against the background of the French indo-China war in the early s before the conflict evolved into the Vietnam War. This is a novel about life and death rather than a faithful historical account/5(). The Quiet American Thomas Fowler is a middle-aged British journalist living in Saigon and covering the conflict in Vietnam between the French colonial forces and the Viet Minh communists.
Two years into his assignment he meets Alden Pyle, an American intelligence operative working undercover in the Economic Aid Mission.
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Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. With Audie Murphy, Michael Redgrave, Claude Dauphin, Giorgia Moll. A young naive American and a cynical older British diplomat disagree over politics in Vietnam and over a beautiful young native girl. APPLE BOOKS REVIEW. Elegantly paced, complex, but easy to get totally wrapped up in, The Quiet American is a book you can read over and over again and get more out of each time.
Set in Saigon during the French Indochina War, Graham Greene’s novel follows an idealistic American and a cynical Brit vying for the same Vietnamese woman, whom neither really knows or understands; the /5(45).
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The Quiet American is an anti-war novel by Graham Greene that was published in in the United Kingdom and in in the United States. Greene drew upon his own experiences in Indochina as a war correspondent for The Times and Le Figaro in the early he used his observations as a basis for the novel, Greene has claimed several times that The Quiet American is not intended to.
The Quiet American, by Graham Greene, was written in and set in Vietnam, then the site of a rising local insurgency against French colonial rule. In its brilliant braiding together of a.When "The Quiet American" is read against the background of these articles, it can be seen to be more profoundly related to Greene's earlier religious novels than its polemic character at first.
Graham Greene, whose centenary is next month, was a more ethically complex novelist than is usually remembered, argues Zadie Smith. The Quiet American, his .