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White men were not particularly welcome in Liberia when Graham Greene made it the object of his first journey outside Europe. Drawn by the evident seediness of a republic founded for released slaves and, above all, by the darkness and mystery which Africa has represented for some people in their unconscious minds, he travelled with a chain of porters from the border of Sierra Leone across the headwaters of several rivers and down to the coast at Grand Bassa.
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"One of the best travel books this century." - "Independent" ""Journey Without Maps" and "The Lawless Roads" reveal Greene's ravening spiritual hunger, a desperate need to touch rock bottom both within the self and in the humanly created world." - "Times Higher Education Supplement" "From the Trade Paperback edition."From the Publisher:
WITH A NEW INTRODUCTION BY PAUL THEROUX
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