Green Hell


by
Julian Duguid

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 344 pages

File size: 1.3 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

‘Mr. Duguid’s account of his journey through the Bolivian Chaco is the work of a man who has that rare combination of gifts – a capacity for adventure, and a sensitiveness and imagination that are equal to the occasion when he comes to write. Mr. Duguid’s prose admirably renders the brute, physical aspect of the scene so that it seems present in all its overpowering gaudiness to the senses, as one reads.’ New StatesmanKeywords: New Statesman Rare Combination Physical Aspect Chaco Renders Brute Prose Senses Imagination Journey

‘Mr. Duguid’s account of his journey through the Bolivian Chaco is the work of a man who has that rare combination of gifts – a capacity for adventure, and a sensitiveness and imagination that are equal to the occasion when he comes to write. Mr. Duguid’s prose admirably renders the brute, physical aspect of the scene so that it seems present in all its overpowering gaudiness to the senses, as one reads.’ New StatesmanKeywords: New Statesman Rare Combination Physical… (more)

‘Mr. Duguid’s account of his journey through the Bolivian Chaco is the work of a man who has that rare combination of gifts – a capacity for adventure, and a sensitiveness and imagination that are equal to the occasion when he comes to write. Mr. Duguid’s prose admirably renders the brute, physical aspect of the scene so that it seems present in all its overpowering gaudiness to the senses, as one reads.’ New StatesmanKeywords: New Statesman Rare Combination Physical Aspect Chaco Renders Brute Prose Senses Imagination Journey

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