Those familiar with Greene's vast oeuvre will find many familiar themes here, including spiritual malaise, Englishmen adrift in another country, drinking, lost and recovered faith, and a rather narrow view of women. A famous architect gives it all up and moves to an obscure part of Africa to work in a leper colony, only to find he can't escape his fame. It has some similarities to "Heart of the Matter," arguably Greene's masterpiece.
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