GREGORY BY PANOS IOANNIDES PDF

Sorry, but copying text is forbidden on this website. Phenomenal story; beautifully read. I love this story and teach it in one of my courses. Gregory By, Panos Ioannides by osas agho on Prezi Works of his have been translated and published in their entirety or in parts in French, German, English, Rus Panos Ioannides was born in Famagusta, Cyprus, in There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He has no Wikipedia page in any language that I can gather, one used copy of an out-of-print collection of stories available in English that I can cursorily find, anyhowand a slight dusting of a presence in literary anthologies, including one in which I dusted off this.

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The Narrator wants to follow his gut and skirt tragedy, but in the end he wants to save himself from his superiors. In the beginning of the story Gregory has a gun pointed at him, which is being held by the Narrator; the story then jumps back to explain what led up to this point.

The Narrator has executed five people before Gregory finding that it is getting easier to execute prisoners; however, Gregory is different. Gregory is a very nice man, who does multiple things for the Narrator and considers him a friend.

Gregory feels sure of this because they ate together. After the Lieutenant is executed the orders are given by headquarters to kill Gregory and hang him up as an example. The Narrator and other solders that are attached to Gregory try to allow him to escape in order to skirt the execution. Even though Gregory has multiple chances to escape, he decides against it because the soldiers are his friends and he considers being on the base a better situation.

However, because Gregory does not escape the Narrator and other soldiers feel obligated to execute him. Unfortunately, that is not how life goes and this story demonstrates that well.

One sincerely wants to see the Narrator chose his friend over his headquarters and it is extremely sad when that does not happen. When first reading the story I remember wanting the Narrator to put the gun down, unfortunately this is a very real story in which the main character is set on saving himself despite the fact that it is not what he wants to do in his heart. Though I would never be in this circumstance, I would hope to have the guts that Forster speaks of to stick with a friend rather than bend to the will of a larger entity.

Works Cited Ioannides, Panos. Sheena Gillespie, and Robert Singleton.

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Gregory, by Panos Ioannides

The Narrator wants to follow his gut and skirt tragedy, but in the end he wants to save himself from his superiors. In the beginning of the story Gregory has a gun pointed at him, which is being held by the Narrator; the story then jumps back to explain what led up to this point. The Narrator has executed five people before Gregory finding that it is getting easier to execute prisoners; however, Gregory is different. Gregory is a very nice man, who does multiple things for the Narrator and considers him a friend. Gregory feels sure of this because they ate together. After the Lieutenant is executed the orders are given by headquarters to kill Gregory and hang him up as an example.

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Panos Ioannides

Cite Panos Ioannides wrote a story about loyalty, friendship and irony, which he called, simply, "Gregory. An English prisoner named Gregory develops Stockholm syndrome, where the captor and captured form a positive bond. The irony of it is that no one ever checked up on the orders to have Gregory killed. The situational irony of it is that that cost him his life. Ironicaly that decision cost him his life instead of saving it like he thought. The second opportunity is after they got the execution order.

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