The village in the jungle

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Oxford University Press, 1981 - Fiction - 179 pages
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The evils of colonialism and the struggles of man against the universe and between man and nature are explored in Woolf's early-twentieth-century saga about Silindu and the inhabitants of the Ceylonese village of Beddagama

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Review: The Village in the Jungle

User Review  - Adithya Vs - Goodreads

Wonderful book. A raw, immaculate portrayal of the life of tribals. The most amazing thing about this book is how close he takes us to the raw feelings of the forest dwellers: the fears they have ... Read full review

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User Review  - Elizabeth Moffat - Goodreads

Leonard Woolf is probably most famous for his marriage to Virginia but was also a noted political theorist, publisher (The Hogarth Press) and “leader” of the notorious Bloomsbury Group. As Woolf spent ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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