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Graham Greene

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Graham Greene

Person  Male  Born 2/10/1904  Died 3/4/1991

Categories: Literature

Countries: Switzerland

Author. Born Henry Graham Greene at St John's, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. After his marriage, he converted to Roman Catholicism, which became a theme in a number of his novels. During the second world war he worked for the British Secret Intelligence Service and continued to do so in peacetime. His works include. 'Brighton Rock', 'Our Man in Havana' and 'The Third Man'. Died in the Hôpital de la Providence, Vevey, Switzerland.

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Graham Greene

Plaque unveiled by his daughter, Caroline Bourget.

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Rules Restaurant 2

Rules®. London's oldest restaurant. In the year Napoleon opened his campaign ...

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