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This novel explores colonial inheritance in a series of narratives that swing back and forth between past and present. It draws on examples of Spanish and British imperial history in the Caribbean, such as Raleigh's last expedition, placed within a context of echoing modernity.

A way in the world - V S Naipaul

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Title
A way in the world - a sequence
Author
V S Naipaul
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Vintage Classic
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19950403

This novel explores colonial inheritance in a series of narratives that swing back and forth between past and present. It draws on examples of Spanish and British imperial history in the Caribbean, such as Raleigh's last expedition, placed within a context of echoing modernity.

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V.S. Naipaul was born in Trinidad in 1932. Since he started writing in 1954 he has won many prizes including the booker prize for the novelIn a Free State(1971). Among his works of non-fiction areAmong the Believers: An Islamic Journey(1981);Finding the Centre(1984); andA Turn in the South(1989). His novels includeGuerillas,A Bend in the RiverandThe Enigma of Arrival.

"There is not a page that is not stamped with Naipaul's compelling charm and peculiar authority...he retains, somehow or other, a sense of wonder at the varieties of human experience and the infinite vagaries of human behaviour"
Scotsman

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"The language is marvellously sculpted"
Economist

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Historical fiction.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
384

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