The Quiet American Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Graham Greene's "The Quiet American".
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Graham Greene's "The Quiet American"

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of Graham Greene's, "The Quiet American."
The dialogue that takes place among Pyle and Fowler on pages 96 to 97 reveals the Vietnam Conflict in a generalized way. This takes place in a watchtower guarded by two Vietnamese boys. The Vietnamese boys do not attack Pyle and Fowler, but maintain a defensive posture. To relieve some of the tension, Pyle and Fowler began to engage in an exchange of ideas pertaining to the state of Vietnam and what should become of it. However, Pyle and Fowler completely ignored the existence of the two Vietnamese boys, regardless of the fact that their conversation had to do more with the Vietnamese boys than themselves.

This idea became the typical European thought throughout the 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th and even into the early part of the 20th century. This notion to possess and dominate total control of all possible land and potential colonies to enrich their sovereign nation, in...

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