8 edition of Loser Takes All (Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics) found in the catalog.
May 1, 1993
by Penguin Classics
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Loser Takes All () About book: Three stars on Goodreads means "I liked it," but two stars means it was just "OK." Well, I liked this lightweight novella by Graham Greene, even though, ultimately, it was just OK. So, it gets two stars, even though I liked it. Losers Take All Written by David Klass Published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Jack Logan is the youngest member of a small town sports dynasty family: His father is a local football legend, known as "The Logan Express," and his brothers had equally storied high school sports careers. Jack, however, has no time for.
Condition: Near fine. This copy of Loser Takes All, by Graham Greene, is a digest paperback, published by Compass Books [#C27, , 2nd printing. [The previous owner has cut out his name plate from the half-title page; else fine.] [Mystery] Author: Greene, Graham. Seller Rating: % positive. Loser Takes All by GREENE, GRAHAM Seller Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc. Published Condition First Edition. Aside from a little foxing and some faint cloth spotting, a fine copy in a dust jacket with foxing on the verso.
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A wonderfully short and fun read, Graham Greenes Loser Takes All is a first person account by Bertram, an accountant of humble means.
He works in a large industrial complex and upon the insistence of his extremely intimidating boss Mr. Dreuther, he is coerced into marrying his beloved Cary in Monte Carlo instead of the modest wedding they had /5. Fortunately, for this reader “Loser Takes All” was read long after reading Graham Greene’s masterpieces “Our Man in Havana”, “The Quiet American” and The Power and the Glory.
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Seller Inventory # More information. Directed by Alex Steyermark. With Tania Raymonde, Allison Scagliotti, Kyle Gallner, Aaron Himelstein. Losers Take All is a comedy in which we follow "The Fingers," a fictional punk-pop band stumbling and staggering their way in the opposite direction of mainstream success, circa Fingers are faced with the unlikely opportunity of committing /10(6).
Loser Takes All Tad does not know what to think when he is tricked by a group of jocks and must pay up with a flogging or broken bones. What Tad does not expect is his reaction to the flogging and to Scott. What will Tad do after he begins down this journey.
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Loser Takes All (Classic, 20th-Century, Penguin) Greene, Graham. Published by Penguin Classics () ISBN ‘But it’s loser takes all,’ I said. ‘Lose these for me. It’s all I’ve got left.’ I didn’t wait for him to protest – and I don’t think he would have protested. 2 THE Gom that night was a perfect host.
He showed himself so ignorant of our trouble that we began to forget it ourselves.3/5(18). "Loser Takes All" has a good twist at the end. Actually, I was surprised by the end of this book, not only by what happened, but how the tone seemed to change completely.
I fully expected something different. Maybe the story itself didn't interest me all that much. I wouldn't say it was fantastic or anything. It was all by: 4. Download Book "Loser Takes All" by Author "Graham Greene" in [PDF] [EPUB].
Original Title ISBN "" published on "". Get Full eBook File name "" Format Complete Free. Genres: "British Literature, Classics, European Literature, Fiction, Literature, Novels". THE Gom was called the Gom by those who disliked him and by all those too far removed from him for any feeling at all.
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Based on a shooting script (as was The Fallen Idol a few years ago) this is one of the works Greene has tagged as entertainments. And as he also refers to it as a frivolity and has not expanded it to much more than a long short story- it is one of the lightest and slightest of these.
This is not however to minimize its expertise- however trivial the object of its application. About Anand Giridharadas.
ANAND GIRIDHARADAS is the author of Winners Take All, The True American, and India Calling. He is an editor-at-large for TIME and was a foreign correspondent and columnist for The New York Times from to.
Directed by Ken Annakin. With Glynis Johns, Rossano Brazzi, Robert Morley, Tony Britton. Bertrand is an accountant employed by a large London firm. When he uncovers an accounting error, his employer is so thrilled that he sends Bertrand and his new wife, to Monte Carlo.
The trip, however, is not completely as it seems /10(89). About Loser Takes All. Bertram had no belief in luck. He was not superstitious. A conspicuously unsuccessful assistant accountant, he was planning to get married for the second time. Quite quietly: St Luke’s, Maida Hill, and then two weeks in Bournemouth.
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It was to be called Loser Takes All. A reputation is like a death mask. I wanted to smash the mask'" (Ways of Escape). The novel "says much about Monte Carlo. but more about Greene" (Baxter, ). Basis for the film with Greene's screenplay, starring Glynis Johns and Rossano Brazzi.
"First Published " on copyright page. Miller The Loser Takes it All, Sion, Switzerland. likes. THE LOSER TAKES IT ALL: A truly real TV talent-show and homage to musical competitions made Followers: takes off. Heedless of all but the wind in his ears, he runs.
He cannot believe how fast he is running. He cannot believe how free he is. Giddy with freedom and speed, he runs to the end of the block, turns right and runs on. His legs—his legs are going so fast. He thinks that if they go any faster he might begin to fly.
Get this from a library! Loser takes all. [Graham Greene] -- Bertram was not a believer in luck or superstition. An unambitious man, he looks for a quiet life. But then he comes to the attention of Dreuther, his boss, who changes Bertram's plans and packs him.Get this from a library!
Loser takes all. [Graham Greene] -- "In this fascinating and wise "entertainment," originally written for the films, Graham Greene endows a compact and classic tale of lovers with extraordinary color and interest.
The scene is Monte.Loser Takes All Graham Greene. Publisher: Open Road Media. 0 1 0 Summary A Monte Carlo honeymoon becomes a gamble in Graham Greene’s “superbly well told” comedy of love, marriage, and risk (J. B. Priestley). A modest London accountant on a budget, Mr. Bertram has settled on a honeymoon at the seaside resort of Bournemouth with his.