Mortals by Norman Rush

"Mortals" is a complex narrative about a Milton scholar and CIA operative named Ray Finch stationed in Botswana. The story explores his personal struggles with his marriage, his brother's death, and his professional life. The narrative also delves into his philosophical and psychological musings, providing a deep exploration of his character. The book presents a rich tapestry of African politics, CIA covert operations, and the human condition, all set against the backdrop of Botswana.

The 2939th greatest book of all time


Published
2003
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
672-715
Words
715,000
Original Language
English

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