From The Acclaimed Author Of Cambridge Comes An Ambitious, Formally Inventive, And Intensely Moving Evocation Of The Scattered Offspring Of Africa It Begins In A Year Of Failing Crops And Desperate Foolishness, Which Forces A Father To Sell His Three Children Into Slavery Employing A Brilliant Range Of Voices And Narrative Techniques, Caryl Phillips Folows These Exiles Across The River That Separates Continents And Centuries.Phillips S Characters Include A Freed Slave Who Journeys To Liberia As A Missionary In The 1830s A Pioneer Woman Seeking Refuge From The White Man S Justice On The Colorado Frontier And An African American G.I Who Falls In Love With A White Englishwoman During World War II Together These Voices Make Up A Many Tongued Chorus Of Common Memory And One Of The Most Stunning Works Of Fiction Ever To Address The Lives Of Black People Severed From Their Homeland.
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- 237 pages
- Crossing the River
- Caryl Phillips
- 02 December 2017 Caryl Phillips