The Confidential Agent ePub download
- ISBN: 0099479265
- ISBN13: 978-0099479260
- ePub: 1258 kb | FB2: 1703 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Contemporary
- Publisher: Vintage Classics (February 3, 2005)
- Rating: 4.6/5
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The Confidential Agent (1939) is a thriller novel by British author Graham Greene. Fueled by Benzedrine, Greene wrote it in six weeks
The Confidential Agent (1939) is a thriller novel by British author Graham Greene. Fueled by Benzedrine, Greene wrote it in six weeks. He wrote the book for money and was so displeased with his work that he wanted it published under a pseudonym.
The Confidential Agent. This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, resold, hired out, or otherwise circulated without the publisher’s prior consent in any form of binding or cover other than that in which it is published and without a similar condition, including this condition, being imposed on the subsequent purchaser.
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From the Confidential Casefiles of Agent 22!" is the seventeenth episode of the animated series DuckTales. It premiered on July 7, 2018
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There’s another confidential agent from the other side, known to us as L. who also wants the coal. We are told that Graham Greene wrote The Confidential Agent in 1939 in a matter of a few short weeks, fueled by Benzedrine (whatever that is), and that he wrote it for money
There’s another confidential agent from the other side, known to us as L. Will L. kill D. to keep him from getting the coal, or will D. kill L. to keep him from getting it? It’s a cat-and-mouse game from the beginning. We are told that Graham Greene wrote The Confidential Agent in 1939 in a matter of a few short weeks, fueled by Benzedrine (whatever that is), and that he wrote it for money. After it was finished, he was so unhappy with it that he wanted to disavow it and publish it under a pseudonym, but it was published under his own name and it turned out to be well-received by critics and the reading public alike.
The lorries came in from the eastern counties aiming at Covent Garden. In a big leafless Bloomsbury square a cat walked homewards from some alien rooftop. sed and curiously undamaged; nobody stood in a queue; there was no sign of a war except himself. He carried his infection past the closed shops, a tobacconist’s, a twopenny library. He knew the number he wanted, but he put his hand in his pocket to check it – the notebook was gone. Imprint: Vintage Classics. Published: 01/11/2001. In a small continental country civil war is raging. Initially, this seems to be a matter of straightforward negotiation, but soon, implicated in murder, accused of possessing false documents and theft, held responsible for the death of a young woman, D becomes a hunted man, tormented by allegiances, doubts and love.
The Confidential Agent book. Graham Greene famously wrote The Confidential Agent, fueled by Benzedrine, in parallel to The Power and the Glory. WITH A NEW INTRODUCTION BY IAN RANKIN. In contrast to The Power and the Glory, he expected to earn money from the sales of this "entertainment". It is of no surprise then that The Confidential Agent does not dwell on morality or religion as much as some of Greene's other books. In Greene’s magnificent tour-de-force among tales of international intrigue, rival agents engage in a deadly game of cat and mouse in prewar England (The New York Times). a widowed professor of Romance literature, has arrived in Dover on a peaceful yet important mission. Without it, the loyalists will fail.
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