Henry Graham Greene was born on 2nd October 1904 in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England and died on 3rd April 1991 in Switzerland.
Graham has a second-class degree in History from Balliol College in Oxford. After his graduation, he worked as a private tutor for sometime before venturing into journalism.
His first novel was 'The Man Within' and its mild yet favorable reception made Greene quit his job as a sub-editor at The Times and take up journalism as a full time profession.
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