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Though this was not a fast-moving book, Greene's linguistic detail and character descriptions are so crisp and indelible. Witty phrases are existent, but not necessarily explicit, in both English and French. He described the situation in Haiti at that time not just as a failed republic, but how those in Haiti function. Dominant trends are touched upon--corruption, religion, and a struggling country--yet the keystone of the book's philosophy always comes back to the notion of who is playing a role and who isn't.
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