The village in the jungle
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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afraid Agent Hamadoru aiya Aiyo anger angry Appochchi Appu Arachchi asked Babehami Babun Beddagama began Beragama brother Buddha buffalo called charm child cloth Colombo compound daughter deer devil E. M. Forster elephant evil eyes face father fear felt Fernando fever fool frightened girl give grain hang headman hear heard Hinnihami hunter judge jungle Kamburupitiya kapurala Karlinahami kill knew Korala Mahatmaya kunji kurakkan kurunies laughed leave Leonard Woolf leopard listen live looked magistrate months morning Mudalali Nanchohami never night path peon pilgrims prison Punchi Menika Punchirala rain Ratemahatmaya rice Rodiya round sanyasi silence Silindu Sinhalese slowly squatted stood strange talk Tamils tank tell temple thing thought tired told took track trees trouble understand veddas vederala village voice walked watched wife wild woman women words yakka Yakkini yakko