Transcript of "The Case For The Defence, Jeinner HernáNdez"
By Graham Greene
Normally you read a story about fairy tales and magic spells. Playing childish games with your ability to read is not something you should do anymore and besides who wants fantasy nowadays. This is why we bring reality to your eyes, things that happen in daily life and the place where you will meet the most dangerous criminals you will only find it here at…
The Central Criminal Court The CCC brings you this week Adam’s case… guilty or innocent it is up to you to decide. Adam is held prisoner in a court being judge by Mrs. Parkers assassination, the poor woman was battered to death and four witnesses saw Adam or someone with Adam’s appearance just coming out of Mrs. Parker’s house holding a hammer on his hands the day she was murdered. What will be the jury’s decision? Will any of the four witnesses dare to hold a firmly declaration against Adam? What will be the end of this murdering trial? Just do not waste your time reading this article! CALL NOW to 1-800-BUY-BOOK and get the story!
Our readers review: Paul Petrowski : “ Yeah I read it and I found it very amusing I could clearly see how the author was trying to deal with reality and showing how appearances can be deceiving.” Virginia Coleman : “ I liked it, and I have read before Mr. Greene, so I can tell the way he is reflecting his life in the story, he is been a really problematic person .“ “ A stranger with no shortage of calling cards: devout Catholic, lifelong adulterer, canonical novelist; self-destructive, meticulously disciplined, moral relativist, civilized to a stuffy fault and louche to drugged-out distraction, anti-imperialist, to name just a few. But it is undeniable he was very good as a playwright.”
Tiffany : “When I read the story I thought it was very interesting because I have read some other authors and the stories have had anything to do with this type of story, while reading it I felt it very familiar like if I was reading a newspaper , the way the author explained every situation and the way he introduced his ideas were quite peculiar, out of ordinary. I could also notice that he should have been a very perturbed person, he was a catholic but how could someone like him express so much violence in his stories, Greene also wrote short stories and plays, which were well received, although he was always first and foremost a novelist.”
THE CASE FOR THE DEFENCE By Graham Greene Takes scene in two places the first one in Northwood Street in Peckham a British city and a court where the story grows. The characters we can find in this story are: Adam ( “The murderer”) Mrs. Salmon (Main witness) Henry MacDougall (Second witness) Adam’s twin brother Lawyer (Narrator) The most exciting moment in the story is when the lawyer asks Mrs. Salmon to identify which of the two men who were identical was the one she saw outside Mrs. Parker’s house and she could not.
THE CASE FOR THE DEFENCE Tiffany Cantillo Jeiner Hernandez Ivan Campo Universidad del Atlantico Barranquilla 2009
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