The Tenth Man

By: Graham Greene

Presented By:

Alyssa Martin
Matt Sanders Jay Cruz

Ditched school to avoid bullies. Forced to psychotherapy where his love for writing was found. 1925. Tough childhood. Hertfordshire.1904 in Berkhamstead. England.graduated from Oxford with a second-class pass in History.Who is Graham Greene? Born. Attended Oxford University‟s Balliol College. ran away from home. .

Publication of his first novel: The Man Within. London Times.Nottingham Journal. 1929. editor. and film critic.Greene’s Writing Career Worked as novelist. . 1926. freelance writer. journalist.

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” -The Village Voice Published: 1985 Washington Square Press Summary and Overview of THE TENTH MAN by: Graham Greene . and sinister from the start… The Tenth Man goes down like caviar. curt.“Lean.

Each prisoner will draw marked paper from a shoe to “fairly” decide who will be condemned to death and who will live. 1 in 10 men in PoW camp will be killed on a count of two Nazi‟s being killed the night before. .Takes place in France 1940‟s German occupation.

Janvier took his offer with his mother and sister at heart.Who? QuickTime™ an d a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are need ed to see this p icture . . he offered to give everything he owned to someone if they would die for him. Chavel drew the last marked slip in the shoe which meant it was he who would die tonight. They would get Chavels‟ possessions. In his hysteria.

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…Months later… (post PoW camp) Chavel changes his name to Charlot after camp and begins to search for a job in Paris. Becomes help for Janviers‟ family. . QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are neede d to see this picture. Has to avoid familiar faces.

he is shot and killed. “Will the real slim shady please stand up?!” . When Charlot (aka the real Chavel) provides that he is an impostor.“I’m the REAL slim shady!” A beggar comes to town claiming he is the real Chavel who had escaped persecution for being a collaborator with Germans during the occupation. He convinces Therese that Charlot made him look bad and her brother made the proposed deal to him.

AMAZON readers said: The novel is a fine example of of Greene‟s style. BUCKLEY JR. WILLIAM F. revealing character and plot simultaneously. the novel maintains considerable suspense until the dramatic ending. attempts to invest it with philosophical meaning. Filled with ironies and absurdities. which is QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Un compresse d) decompressor O. But Greene are needed to se e this picture. The dialogue is taut.K. as finished and polished as any of his more complex novels. it does not work. (NY Times) Qu i ckTi me ™ a nd a TIFF (Un co mp res se d) de co mp res so r a re ne ed ed to se e thi s pi ctu re. QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompre ssor are neede d to see this picture. with no extraneous chat. “He Cheated Death” ''The Tenth Man'' is melodrama. and. really. Good book or bad book? We turned to the Pro’s .

QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. Reasons not to enjoy: -Predictable story line -Lack of character building Qu i k Ti me ™ a d a c n TIF (Un o m p s s e ) d e o m p s s o F c re d c re r a re n e e d d to s e e th i s p c tu re e i . Qu i k Ti me ™ a d a c n TIF (Un o m p s s e ) d e o m p s s o F c re d c re r a re n e e d d to s e e th i s p c tu re e i . QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. *Matt’s Rating & Personal Review* Qu i k Ti me ™ a d a c n TIF (Un o m p s s e ) d e o m p s s o F c re d c re r a re n e e d d to s e e th i s p c tu re e i .Qu i k Ti me ™ a d a c n TIF (Un o m p s s e ) d e o m p s s o F c re d c re r a re n e e d d to s e e th i s p c tu re e i . -Giving up your possessions. Qu i k Ti me ™ a d a c n TIF (Un o m p s s e ) d e o m p s s o F c re d c re r a re n e e d d to s e e th i s p c tu re e i . Qu i k Ti me ™ a d a c n TIF (Un o m p s s e ) d e o m p s s o F c re d c re r a re n e e d d to s e e th i s p c tu re e i . Qu i k Ti me ™ a d a c n TIF (Un o m p s s e ) d e o m p s s o F c re d c re r a re n e e d d to s e e th i s p c tu re e i . QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. Qu i k Ti me ™ a d a c n TIF (Un o m p s s e ) d e o m p s s o F c re d c re r a re n e e d d to s e e th i s p c tu re e i . QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. . “Well the food wasn‟t THAT good…” Qu i k Ti me ™ a d a c n TIF (Un o m p s s e ) d e o m p s s o F c re d c re r a re n e e d d to s e e th i s p c tu re e i . QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. MATT SEZ >> Reasons to enjoy: -Suspense -Drama Moral issues within the book: -Giving up your life to benefit another. Qu i k Ti me ™ a d a c n TIF (Un o m p s s e ) d e o m p s s o F c re d c re r a re n e e d d to s e e th i s p c tu re e i . Qu i k Ti me ™ a d a c n TIF (Un o m p s s e ) d e o m p s s o F c re d c re r a re n e e d d to s e e th i s p c tu re e i . -Don‟t take advantage of those „below‟ you.

The Tenth Man:: MoRaLs To give up one‟s life for another. . Janvier sacrifices himself with unclear motifs: 1) to die in his own personal glory 2) didn‟t want his family to be left struggling QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Un compressed) decompressor are neede d to see this picture.

Children relinquish their beliefs in order to look “cool” to other kids. . QuickT ime™ and a T IF F (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. People disregard what they value just to become more wealthy and greedy.The Tenth Man:: MoRaLs II Give up your riches to save your own life.

The Tenth Man:: MoRaLs III Don‟t take advantage! Often times people take advantage of someone who has recently been hurt in any way. The beggar pretends to be Chavel in order to become wealthy. it is not the right time. Qu i ckTi me ™ an d a TIFF (Un co mp re s se d) de co mp re s so r a re ne ed ed to se e thi s p i ctu re . Chavel does not win Theres‟ love after he realizes he is attracted to her because her mother has just passed away. Deception hurts! Chavel pretends to be Charlot so Janviers‟ family doesn‟t find out he is responsible for his demise. .

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