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Our Man in Havana Graham Greene S Classic Cuban Spy Story, Now With A New Package And A New Introduction First Published In , Our Man In Havana Is An Espionage Thriller, A Penetrating Character Study, And A Political Satire That Still Resonates To This Day Conceived As One Of Graham Greene S Entertainments, It Tells Of MI S Man In Havana, Wormold, A Former Vacuum Cleaner Salesman Tu

About the Author: Graham Greene

Henry Graham Greene, OM, CH was an English novelist, short story writer, playwright, screenplay writer, travel writer and critic whose works explore the ambivalent moral and political issues of the modern world Greene combined serious literary acclaim with wide popularity.Although Greene objected strongly to being described as a Catholic novelist rather than as a novelist who happened to be Catholic, Catholic religious themes are at the root of much of his writing, especially the four major Catholic novels Brighton Rock, The Heart of the Matter, The End of the Affair, and The Power and the Glory. Works such as The Quiet American, Our Man in Havana and The Human Factor also show an avid interest in the workings of international politics and espionage Excerpted from Wikipedia

10 thoughts on “Our Man in Havana

  1. says:

    The 1967 Nobel Prize committee for literature didn t know what they were doing They snubbed their nose at Graham Greene because apparently he wrote too many entertainments Our Man in Havana is one such entertainment, which means it won t have you sobbing into the creases of your book like you might do in The End of the Affair, or swooning over incredibly insightful sen

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    Patriotic Englishman Been here for years Respected member of the European Traders Association We must have our man in Havana, you know Submarines need fuel Dictators drift together Big ones draw in the little ones If there was an award for most unlikely to succeed as a spy, Englishman James Wormold would definitely be in the running You see, he is a vacuum salesman, whose lates

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    Graham Greene is one of the most highly regarded British authors of the 20th century The American novelist John Irving has paid tribute to him, calling him,the most accomplished living novelist in the English language Very popular as a thriller writer, writingentertainments , as he called them, Graham Greene also wrote deeply serious Catholic novels, which received much literary acclaim

  4. says:

    This is one of Graham Greene s thrillers which he labeled as entertainments as a warning to his audience not to take these books seriously Our Man in Havana definitely needs such a warning There is no reason to take the book seriously at all.The plot is promising Havana vacuum cleaner Wormold, owner of an Havana vacuum cleaner shop, hard pressed to satisfy the expensive tastes horses, country cl

  5. says:

    Comedy Thriller Daquiri, With a Dash of Shakespeare I don t care a damn about men who are loyal to the people who pay them, to organizations I don t think even my country means all that much Would the world be in the mess it is if we were loyal to love and not to countries Beatrice, to WormoldOkay, this may not be one of the very best of Graham Greene novels, but in re reading it after all these years I

  6. says:

    I had come across two lists mentioning the top 100 mystery crime novels some time back Both the lists one by Britain based Crime Writers Association and the other by Mystery Writers of America, contained multiple books by Graham Greene You can find both the lists here Link The CWA list was published in 1990 and the MWA list in 1995 Pretty long time back but the books included are very fine specimens of crime writ

  7. says:

    Graceless, gormless Wormold, a British sales agent for an American vacuum cleaner company in barely pre Revolution Havana, has a problem His adolescent daughter Milly, a manipulative and materialistic minx, spends well beyond his paltry earnings in her quest to ensnare the Red Vulture That s a person, not a bird, one Captain Segura, who is the police torturer and possessor of a cigarette case covered in human skin An asse

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    This is a fun read, the story of an accidental spy Mr Wormold love that name sells vacuum cleaners in Havana, not very successfully, until one day he is recruited by a British agent to work for his country while living in that no longer romantic foreign outpost To be a secret agent Well the story takes off from there with a cast of slightly crazy characters Wormold s religiously manipulative daughter Milly, Captain Segura the head

  9. says:

    When I was a youngster I read a lot of Graham Greene This one feels to me to be less typical, Catholicism isn t such a feature and guilt isn t quite such an overwhelming presence as in some of his other novels By contrast this is fairly light.It s an enjoyable read and there s a value that still seems fairly relevant in it s message of being mindful of the potential sources of intelligence information.Greene seems to have suffered a fall i

  10. says:

    This is the first of Graham Greene s novels I ve read that is classed as one of his entertainments so I wasn t at all sure what to expect The style, tone and nature of Our Man in Havana clearly has a very different feel to hisserious novels Heart of the Matter , End of the Affair et al and as such is quite distinct from that oeuvre Our Man in Havana is very well written as you would expect from Graham Greene and is certainly very entertaining, very

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