Guerrillas2.5 6 5 Forfatter: V.S. Naipaul Oplæser: Ron Butler
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Written in the politically turbulent 1970s, Guerrillas takes aim at the sacred cows and myths of revolutionaries—how so many of them “huff and puff,” knowing that the house will never blow down. From the safest places come the bravest words.
Naipaul’s bleak tale also takes aim at flaws in Marxist and revolutionary ideology—at the idea that one can predict or manipulate how the “revolution” will turn out. His characters are lost souls trying to navigate a postcolonial world where racism, classism, and conflicting ideals create a festering unrest that no one knows how to fix.
Mere info om lydbogen:Forlag: Blackstone Publishing
Længde: 10T 26M