A Good Man in Africa - Part One - Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Part One - Chapter 1 Summary

A Good Man in Africa by William Boyd opens with the protagonist Morgan Leafy in his office at the British High Commission building in the town of Nkongsamba, state capital of the Mid-Western region, Kinjanja, West Africa. He is a representative of the British Government in this country, being the First Secretary of the Commission. In his office, Morgan is talking to his subordinate, Richard Dalmire, the Second Secretary of the Commission. Richard Dalmire informs Morgan of his engagement to Priscilla Fanshawe. She is the daughter of the Deputy High Commissioner, Arthur Fanshawe, who is Morgan's boss. Morgan Leafy is upset because he is in love with Priscilla and cannot believe that she has forsaken him for Dalmire. Morgan feels he blew his chance with Priscilla because he did not devote enough time to her. He continues...

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