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by Gerald Green
Publisher: Amereon Ltd (March 1, 1983)
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The book is dedicated to the memory of Mr. Green's father (a physician who died four years before the book was .
The book is dedicated to the memory of Mr. Green's father (a physician who died four years before the book was published) and I can imagine how inspiring his father must have been. 3 people found this helpful. Like da Vinci pencil-sketching a future masterpiece, Gerald Green used "The Last Angry Man" as a sort of scratch pad for "To Brooklyn with Love," a small but wonderful novel he would write a decade later.
Based on the author’s own father, this is a raw, compelling portrait of the neighborhood, life, and character of an angry hero.
His work is hard, his life harder. A TV producer finds him and, as he interviews the old man for his reality TV show, comes to learn that anger is not a flaw but a deeply moral response to the corruption and fraud of his city. Based on the author’s own father, this is a raw, compelling portrait of the neighborhood, life, and character of an angry hero.
2 Books written by Gerald Green. Green wrote many novels, the best known being The Last Angry Man, published in 1956. It was adapted into a movie by the same name which was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Paul Muni) and Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White. His other novels include His Majesty O'Keefe (co-authored with Lawrence Klingman), adapted into a 1954 film, North West, Portofino PTA, To Brooklyn With Love, My Son the Jock, The Lotus Eaters and East and West.
The Last Angry Man is a 1959 drama film which tells the story of a television producer who profiles the life of a physician. The movie was scripted by Richard Murphy from the novel by Gerald Green (who also adapted it), and was directed by Daniel Mann.
He was the last angry ma. This might be a spoiler quotation if you're willing to read the book.
The last angry man No one's perfect. The doctor could have not been better had he been different, and neither did Max Vogel or any one else. This book depicts character, and nature of people truthfully.
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The last angry man. Just awesome!
The last angry man. Just awesome! PagesPublic figureAuthorGerald GreenPosts. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. Gerald Green updated their cover photo. (1956) A novel by Gerald Green. Sam Abelman, an elderly doctor who has outlined his time, practices compassionate medicine in the slums of Brooklyn and struggles as he rails against the corruption of his city in a powerful and poignant novel based on the life of Green's uncle. Paul Mun Genre: General Fiction.