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PBTitleBBRThe postman always rings twicePBCharacterisationBBR Frank a man who falls in love with Cora Hes a type of guy whos rough but smart His passion for Cora makes him mad of loveCora the Greeks wife Hes always called the Greek in the book so Ill better call him the Greek his real name is Nick Cora is in doubt weather she would go with Frank or stay with her husband the Greek She chooses for FrankPBGenreBBR This book is a short psychological novelPBNarrative structureBBR Its a first person story and told in chronological order The book spends about two or three monthsPBPlot outlineBBR The story is set in a roadside sandwich joint in California which has a living part a filling station and a lunchroom part When Frank arrived at the lunchroom the Greek offered him a job Frank said yes and immediately when he saw the Greeks wife Cora he felt in love with her They made love to each other when the Greek wasnt at home One day they made a plan to kill the Greek the wanted to kill him in the bathroom but failed The Greek fell on his head but wasnt dead They told the police it was an accident After a week the Greek went out of the hospital back home But Cora and Frank drove away together After a while Cora wanted to go back home So she did But Frank staid in town and three weeks later he met the Greek on the marked the Greek asked him to come back to the lunchroom and work again Frank left the town with the Greek and they drove to the lunchroom When they got there Frank met Cora again They still loved each other so they made a new plan to kill the Greek and spent the rest of their lives together This time their plan worked and the Greek got killed First the judge didnt believe their
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