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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"Always evil is coming into this house from the jungle", August 31, 2014 This review is from: The Village in the Jungle (Paperback) An engrossing tale, inspired by the author's time as assistant ... Read full review

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At first I thought Leonard Woolf was just riding the coat tails of his wife, Virginia, when it came to his writing a book - well low and behold - I found it to be a magnificent piece of work. It opens ... Read full review


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