πŸ“™ Our Man in Havana

(1904–1991)

This is an amusing read and makes me think of the phrase, “the devil makes work for idle hands'” because in the book, Greene makes fun of the British intelligence service and its willingness to believe reports from their bored local informant. Listen here!

I don’t care a damn about men who are loyal to the people who pay them…

English novelist Graham Greene is oftentimes regarded as one of the greatest writers of the 20th century.

Author: Anna Bidoonism

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