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Graham Greene Human Factor Epub To Mobi

Graham Greene Human Factor Epub To Mobi

The Human Factor is a novel by Graham Greene, published in 1978. It is a spy thriller that explores the themes of loyalty, betrayal, and morality in the context of the Cold War. The protagonist, Maurice Castle, is a British intelligence officer who works in the Africa section of MI6. He is secretly a double agent for the Soviet Union, motivated by his love for his wife Sarah, a former South African Communist activist. Castle's life is complicated by the arrival of a new boss, Daintry, who suspects that there is a mole in the department. Castle must decide whether to risk his career and his family to continue his espionage, or to defect to the Soviet Union with Sarah.


The Human Factor is considered one of Greene's finest novels, praised for its realism, suspense, and moral ambiguity. It was inspired by Greene's own experience as a former MI6 officer and his friendship with Kim Philby, a notorious double agent who defected to the Soviet Union in 1963. The novel also reflects Greene's views on the futility and hypocrisy of the Cold War, as well as his sympathy for the oppressed peoples of Africa. The novel was adapted into a film in 1979, directed by Otto Preminger and starring Richard Attenborough, Nicol Williamson, and John Gielgud.

If you are interested in reading The Human Factor, you can download it in various formats, including epub and mobi, from the Internet Archive . You can also find other works by Graham Greene on Open Library, where you can borrow or read online his novels, short stories, essays, and memoirs.

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