Christopher Ondaatje

Christopher Ondaatje Goes in Search of Leonard Woolf

‘IT WAS A strange world, a world of bare and brutal facts, of superstition, of grotesque imagination; a world of trees and the perpetual twilight of their shade; a world of hunger and fear and devils, where a man was helpless before the unseen and unintelligible powers surrounding him.’ (Leonard Woolf, The Village in the jungle.)

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