Journey Without Maps by Graham Greene

This travelogue details the author's trek through the interior of Liberia, a journey undertaken in the 1930s. The narrative provides a vivid account of the people, culture, and harsh realities of life in the African interior, as well as the author's own introspections and experiences. The journey is both a physical exploration of a little-known part of the world and a philosophical exploration of the author's own beliefs and values.

The 8635th greatest book of all time


Published
1936
Nationality
British
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
320
Words
66,250
Original Language
English

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