The Guyana Quartet by Wilson Harris

"The Guyana Quartet" is a collection of four novels that delve into the complex tapestry of Guyanese history and culture, blending myth, dream, and reality to explore themes of colonialism, identity, and the interconnection of human experiences. Through lyrical prose and a non-linear narrative structure, the quartet presents a richly layered vision of a land marked by the convergence of diverse ethnic groups, the scars of oppression, and the struggle for self-definition. The novels interweave the lives of a wide array of characters, from indigenous peoples to European colonizers, as they navigate the challenging landscape of a country in the throes of transformation.

The 7602nd greatest book of all time


Published
1960
Nationality
British
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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