"A psychological masterpiece." -Carl Jung "It is a fine theme, finely executed. Above the tremulous high u00adstrung note of the human leitmotif we hear the deep encompassing swell of a Divine overtone, inexorable, merciful." -The TimesEnglish college life forms the background of this introspective study and self analysis of the mind of a man who had committed homicide. No one knows of his deed, and he has few qualms because he had ridden the world of a filthy human being who was clever enough to appear decent. But his conscience begins to work and reveals to him that his deed has put him out of touch with human society, that he is an outlaw, and that he must win his way back to citizenship. A thread of romance is woven thru the somber introspection.