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Chuchu one of the few men in the National Guard whom the General trusted completely It is a fascinating tribute to. I wrote a letter to Graham Greene in my head I ll be waiting forever to send it

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Greene's account of a five year personal involvement with Omar Torrijos ruler of Panama from 1968 81 and Sergeant. I ve been reading uite a few books by Graham Greene over the past few years Getting to Know the General The Story of an Involvement was one of hi

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An inspirational politician in the vital period of his country's history and to an unusual and enduring friendshi. Fear can be easily experienced but fun is hard to come by in old age


10 thoughts on “Getting to Know the General

  1. says:

    Getting To Know The General is a little known out of print nonfiction book by one of my favorite writers Graham Gr

  2. says:

    Trust Graham Greene to make a biography as well as a nuanced and objective account of the political tumult of South and Central America in the 1970s and 1980s not only so compulsively instantly readable and entertaining but also most crucially

  3. says:

    I've been reading uite a few books by Graham Greene over the past few years Getting to Know the General The Story of an Involvement was one of his later books and the 3rd book of non fiction of his that I've read It is about General Omar Torrijos Herrera the leader of Panama in the '70s who was killed in a plane crash in 1981 Greene was in

  4. says:

    I think Graham Greene was 80 when this book was published Early on maybe in the introduction he says that the boo

  5. says:

    I was a young kid when I read this book okay 25 and what I thought was Greene was such a rebel He gets an invitation to visit General Omar Torrijos of Panama in 1976 and gets to know him This gets him kicked out

  6. says:

    I wrote a letter to Graham Greene in my head I'll be waiting forever to send it

  7. says:

    I found this story “Getting to Know the General” by Graham Greene uite interesting and so because I was living and working in Panama when the events were happening So I have a little story of my encounter wi

  8. says:

    Fear can be easily experienced but fun is hard to come by in old age

  9. says:

    For anyone interested in the politics of Central America in the 1970s and 1980s which of course also reuires an interest in the US intervention in the isthmus that intensified during the later stages of the Cold

  10. says:

    Although the book could do with of the incredible literary abilities of the author seen in his novels the insight into what would normally be events happening behind closed doors is second to none How fascinating that Greene was given such acc