( kindle Ebook ) Heartland By Wilson Harris
Perhaps the only thing impenetrable than the Guyanese jungle of which Harris writes is his prose His writing has been described as enigmatic and visionary but I found it dense long winded and frankly pretentious I actually think he was trying to write a South American Heart of Darkness really If it s not altogether unsuccessful but the pages are just so laboured with the most sentences serve to obfuscate than illuminate a bit like this one. This book is a follow up to the Guyana uartet with three of the characters from the uartet – Da Silva Kaiser and Mariella – appearing in this book Zechariah Stevenson Jr’s father also called Zechariah had a successful mining company which went bankrupt when its Brazilian accountant Camacho fled with a large sum of money As Stevenson Jr had been having an affair
with camacho’s wifeCamacho’s wife also disappeared he is somewhat implicat. D the misfortune to pick up I have a theory about pretentious authors that they are doomed to ruin their relationships with the stink of their they are doomed to ruin their relationships with the stink of their sense of self importance At the end of this book under About the Author there is a line that begins Following the breakdown of his first marriage What a shock I suspect that people who praise pretentious crap like this are on the road to the same fate Any Harleuin romance novel is profound than a book such as we have her. Owever he doesn’t find Kaiser but he does find Da Silva’s body and a pregnant Amerindian woman whom
HE ASSISTS WHILE SHE GIVES BIRTHassists while she ives birth then disappears What Harris is concerned with as usual is the power and mystery of the jungle and its inhabitants as well as in this case Stevenson’s uilt over his father’s death and the fraud This is only a
short book but Harris carries on successfully where he left off in thebook but Harris carries on successfully where he left off in the uart. .
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Heartland Again But No Lifeagain but no life too short Some books are neglected for a reasonSentus Libri 100 word reviews of overlooked books are neglected for a reasonSentus Libri 100 word reviews of overlooked When i read Wilson Harris I feel I am reading well above my capacity His works are dark and philosophical descriptive and romantic I really want to read what others think of his writing There oes my streak of ood books Of the than 2500 books I have read this was hands down the worst most obnoxious one I ever ha. Ed but avoids any repercussions when his father’s body is found in the river an apparent suicide Stevenson Jr claims that he is innocent as regards
The Fraud He Is Nowfraud He is now as a watchman for a wood rant by the Kamaria Falls When his boat disappears – accident or stolen – and the food left by Kaiser responsible for supplying the men working in the area for Da Silva disappears Stevenson sets out to the falls to find Kaiser ,