A prim and increasingly apprehensive Englishwoman observing the peculiarities — and barely veiled brutality — of a sugar plantation in the nineteenth-century West Indies. A devout black slave whose profoundly Christian sense of justice is about to cost him his life. In Cambridge, one of England’s most highly acclaimed young novelists tells their stories with an uncanny authenticity of voice and juxtaposes them to devastating effect. As a suspenseful and inescapably damning portrait of the schizophrenia of slavery, Caryl Phillips’s book belongs to the company of Beloved and The Confessions of Nat Turner.
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