A Man Cannot Cry

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4.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Jan 1st, 1985 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
To the mighty continent that is Africa, with its violence, its dangers, its grandeur and its terrors, comes the Boy, Dr Than Profane: a brilliant doctor, a man of strong sexuality, powerful ambition, obsessive needs. A Man Cannot Cry is his story; and the story of the puritanical little Quaker community which he is to shock, lead, heal, and love.

It is a story of Africa and Africans, of the irresistible passion which make and breaks the human spirit - a giant novel which is as unforgettable, as compelling, as the lives and deaths which haunt this vast and moving tale.

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