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- "A Dangerous Game" is a 1956 novel by the Swiss writer Friedrich Dürrenmatt. Its original German title is Die Panne, which means "The breakdown". It is known as Traps in the United States. It tells the story of a traveller who, when his car breaks down, is invited for dinner by a former judge, after which nightmarish developments follow. The work was initially written as a radio play, but was adapted into prose almost immediately. It won the 1956 Blind War Veterans’ Prize for best radio play and the literary award of the newspaper Tribune de Lausanne.
- also known as Die Panne
- released in (59 years ago)
- "A Dangerous Game" is a book by Chris Culshaw.
- "A Dangerous Game" is a 2014 documentary film written by Richard Phinney and Anthony Baxter and directed by Anthony Baxter.
- "A Dangerous Game" is a film directed by John Rawlins released on August 22, 1941.
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1001 Things You Hate to Love by Sam Stall, Lou Harry, Julia Spalding
Wear those same drawstringed britches to a matinee, on the other hand, and you' re playing a dangerous game of chicken with the fashion police. Nevertheless, pajamaistas didn't need to read it in the "Tastes and Trends" section of the 2001 ...
by Joseph P. Byrne Ph.D.
Whether small or powerful, Italy's states always played a dangerous game in aligning themselves with or against one another, especially if one of Europe's major powers was involved. Sometimes, however, it was worse not to have allies.
by Maurice Waite
a dangerous game of chance in which a person ...
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