JOURNEY WITHOUT MAPS by Graham Greene
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JOURNEY WITHOUT MAPS

KIRKUS REVIEW

The novelist (Orient Express, The Man Within) was obsessed by the idea that he must go to Liberia. So he went -- down the African coast, inland with guides. And this is the story. There's amazing vitality, a contagion of enthusiasm, in the telling. There is somewhat the bite in describing conditions that characterized Africa Dances. There is much of what he found there -- there is much of the man himself, through anecdotes and commentary on life. More than a travel book, but sell as travel and autobiography-
Pub Date: Nov. 6th, 1936
ISBN: 0143039725
Page count: 242pp
Publisher: Doubleday
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1st, 1936




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