GRAHAM GREENE – A BURNT-OUT CASE

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GRAHAM GREENE – A BURNT-OUT CASE

65.00

First US edition, published by The Viking Press, 1961.

A strange tale of an architect, who’s disengagement from his celebrity career causes him to anonymously travel to a leproserie in the Congo. His friendship with Catholic palm-oil plantation owner Rycker, and his wife becomes more complex than it first seems. Greene wrote about the novel as "an attempt to give dramatic expression to various types of belief, half-belief, and non-belief, in the kind of setting, removed from world-politics and house-hold-preoccupations, where such differences are felt acutely and find expression."

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Condition: Very good, some signs of age