Book Review of The End of the Affair (Twentieth Century Classics)

The End of the Affair (Twentieth Century Classics)
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Highly literary writing often makes this one slow-going, but it's worth the read. Greene explores the theme of committment, in every definition throughout the book. With a single sentence muttered entirely out of fear, one character changes two lives forever. The depth to which Greene considers how committed a person can possibly be to a person, an idea, or a life is possibly the greatest study of this act in literature.

Recommended if you're looking for a deep and satisfying read.