Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Uniform Edition published by Heinemann, London Very good condition.
The Man Within by Graham Greene (1929)
Minor spotting. No marks or inscriptions. Dustjacket has minor wear with small loss to edges. Not price clipped. Protected in archive cover.
The Man Within
Published by Pocket Books, NY From: Books from the Crypt N. Potomac, MD, U. Small piece of tape at upper spine.
Seller Inventory NO Published by Bantam Books, New York Condition: Fine. First American paperback edition.
Front cover art by Jules Karl. Fine book with the pages slighty tanned as usual in wrappers. A beautiful copy!. Published by Bantam Books About this Item: Bantam Books, Condition: Good In Worn Wrappers. New York. August Bantam Books. Good In Worn Wrappers.
The lonely woods gave him shelter - but he was afraid. His knife menaced any intruder - but he was afraid. Elizabeth stirred him to heights of bravery - but he was afraid. A man conquers his enemies - a crew of ruthless smugglers. Seller Inventory z First American Edition. First printing of the American first edition. Green cloth with a darker green cloth spine. Our copy is slightly shaken. There is a youthful comment about the book on the front fly leaf and another on the rear fly leaf.
The lettering on the spine is no longer readable. Thus, just barely good condition but a nice reading copy.
Published by Pan, London About this Item: Pan, London, An ageing, but firm clean book, spine slightly sloped. Fiction, Novel, Vintage Paperback. New York: Doubleday, Doran and Company. First edition.
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Green cloth over green boards. Some wear at top and bottom of spine, gilt spine title is faded. Some minor soiling to first few pages, otherwise interior is very good, clean. Binding tight.
The Man Within My Head: Graham Greene, My Father and Me: Pico Iyer: Bloomsbury Publishing
Good copy of Greene's first novel. First Mass Market Paperback. Near fine condition. First U. Normal toning to pages. Very nice copy. In the ensuing fight one of the customs men is killed and several smugglers are arrested. Attenborough flees, taking refuge in a lonely cottage the boy meets the step-daughter of the murdered man who approves his treachery and incites him to give evidence against his former shipmates.
Most mature performance comes from Redgrave who plays the gentleman-smuggler with a sure touch. Jean Kent is alarmingly modern as an vamp. Production : Gainsborough. Sullivan Ronald Shiner. China led [ The sequel, playing in 4, theaters, ignited above expectations ahead of Thanksgiving, which should parlay into an especially lucrative holiday frame.
He stumbles upon an isolated cottage which is the home of Elizabeth.
The man whom she lived with has recently died. Andrews helps protect Elizabeth from the neighbors who consider her to be a woman of loose moral character the novel is silent about whether their view is justified or not. After encountering Carlyon, the head of the smugglers, in the fog, Andrews returns to the cottage where Elizabeth persuades him that he should testify at the trial of the smugglers at the Assizes in Lewes.
Andrews travels to Lewes and gives his testimony in court despite being scorned by the other witnesses for the prosecution as a Judas figure. The trial ends with the smugglers being acquitted and their pledging to revenge themselves on Andrews by hurting Elizabeth. Andrews returns to Elizabeth's cottage, tells her of the danger. She sends him to the well to fetch water, and while he is gone, he discovers that one of the smugglers has come to the cottage. He runs to get help, but when he returns, he discovers that Elizabeth has been killed by one of his fellow smugglers and Carlyon is sitting waiting for him.
After realizing that the only way to betray his father is to hurt himself, Andrews tells Carlyon to leave and that he will take the blame for Elizabeth's death. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.