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  • Author:
    Wilson Harris
  • ISBN:
    0571108199
  • ISBN13:
    978-0571108190
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  • Publisher:
    Faber & Faber; First Edition edition (January 1, 1978)
  • Pages:
    148 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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Da Silva Da Silva's Culti. has been added to your Cart. Wilson Harris was born in 1921 in the former colony of British Guiana. He was a land surveyor before leaving for England in 1959 to become a full-time writer.

Da Silva Da Silva's Culti. His exploration of the dense forests, rivers and vast savannahs of the Guyanese hinterland features prominently in the settings of his fiction. Harris's novels are complex, alluding to diverse mythologies from different cultures, and eschew conventional narration in favour of shifting interwoven voices.

Da Silva Da Silva's C. .Born in Guyana in 1921 and based in England since 1959, Wilson Harris is one of the most original novelists and critics of the twentieth century. His writings, which include poems, numerous essays and twenty-four novels, provide a passionate and unique defense of the notion of cross-culturalism as well as a visionary exploration of the interdependence between history, landscape and humanity. In 20 Born in Guyana in 1921 and based in England since 1959, Wilson Harris is one of the most original novelists and critics of the twentieth century.

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The setting of Genesis of the Clowns returns to the jungle hinterland of its author's native Guyana. A government surveyor and his gang, for whose work and well-being he is responsible, are exploring and recording the course and currents of the remote upper reaches of the ancient rivers. Unexpected incidents and tensions in the formal and personal relationships between the surveyor and his men have mysterious consequences with effects and implications far beyond the immediate time and place. Seller Inventory LIE9780571276790. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

Wilson Da Silva is a police detective in the São Paulo Police Department. He investigates political corruption as well as gang activity, and also instances of unlawful use of force by other police operatives, notably actions of the Unidade de Forças Especiais unit.

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In Palace of the Peacock, Harris seeks to expose the illusion of opposites that create enmities between people. Companions of the Day and Night. Da Silva da Silva's Cultivated Wilderness/Genesis of the Clowns. The Tree of the Sun. 1982. The Angel at the Gate. Along the way, Harris highlights as prime factor in their demise their inability to reconcile binarisms in the world around them and between each other.

Da Silva da Silva's Cultivated Wilderness, and Genesis of the Clowns. New York, Routledge, 1999. Manuscript Collections