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The sky's wild noise

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In these essays, Rupert Roopnaraine?who has been called a Caribbean Hazlitt?displays his sharp antennae for the spirit of the age and a prose style that is both elegant and intensely alive. A wide range of his interests are represented here, including literary and art criticism, political analysis, social commentary, memoirs, and tributes. Taken together, the material provides an overview of Roopnaraine's 30-year political battle for democracy, social justice, racial harmony, and the creation of a cultivated civil society in Guyana and the wider Caribbean.

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Author(s):
Rupert Roopnaraine
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2012
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1845231619
ISBN-13:
9781845231613
Number of pages:
392
Publisher:
Peepal Tree
Title:
The sky's wild noise

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In these essays, Rupert Roopnaraine?who has been called a Caribbean Hazlitt?displays his sharp antennae for the spirit of the age and a prose style that is both elegant and intensely alive. A wide range of his interests are represented here, including literary and art criticism, political analysis, social commentary, memoirs, and tributes. Taken together, the material provides an overview of Roopnaraine's 30-year political battle for democracy, social justice, racial harmony, and the creation of a cultivated civil society in Guyana and the wider Caribbean.

Author(s):
Rupert Roopnaraine
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2012
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1845231619
ISBN-13:
9781845231613
Number of pages:
392
Publisher:
Peepal Tree
Title:
The sky's wild noise

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