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Former government minister Ralph Singh is the perpetual outsider: displaced, disillusioned and now living in exile, Ralph reflects on his earlier life and the searing effects of colonialism. Ralph's constant estrangement sees him ever attempting to fit into various communities, only to find home in more transient spaces. Booker and Nobel Prize-winning author V.
Naipaul's sixth novel is a brutal and perceptive commentary on the postcolonial condition of the colonial man. This item has been discontinued, and will no longer be available once out of stock. Follow Naxos of America. All rights reserved.
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We had no apples on Isabella. It must have been an orange; yet my memory insists on the apple. The editing is clearly at fault, but the edited version is all I have. The commonest type of political ambition is the desire for eviction and succession.
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But the order to which the colonial politician succeeds is not his order. It is something he is compelled to destroy; destruction comes with his emergence and is a condition of his power. We were a haphazard, disordered and mixed society in which there could be nothing like damaging exclusion. Shipwreck: I have used this word before. With my island background, it was the word that always came to me.
And this was what I felt I had encountered again in the great city: this feeling of being adrift, a cell in preparation, little more, that might be altered, if only fleetingly, by any encounter. I no longer yearn for ideal landscapes and no longer wish to know the god of the city.
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