Richer Than All His Tribe

Monsarrat, Nicholas

Verlag: Pan Books, 1970
ISBN 10: 0330024701 / ISBN 13: 9780330024709
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1970. 383 pages. Good condition paperback; as expected for age. Cards, pages, and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues may exist such as shelf wear, inscriptions, light foxing and tanning. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: The sequel to 'The Tribe That Lost Its Head' is a compelling story which charts the steady drift of a young African nation towards bankruptcy, chaos and barbarism. On the island of Pharamaul, a former British Protectorate, newly installed Prime Minister, Chief Dinamaula, celebrates Independence Day with his people, full of high hopes for the future. But the heady euphoria fades and Dinamaula's ambitions and ideals start to buckle as his new found wealth corrupts him, leaving his nation to spiral towards hellish upheaval and tribal warfare.

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'Compulsively readable'--Daily Telegraph

'Compulsively readable'

'A brilliant story teller, Monsarrat plots the course of events superbly.'

'With his usual toughness and skill, Mr Monsarrat is unsparing with his description of violence, of men's stupidity, whether they lose or win; and above all of the cynical brutality that is conditioned by political expediency.'

'Not so much a book as a slab of dynamite. It will go off with a great explosive roar in the well-carpeted embassies and legations of more than one African country.'

'...the plot is at once interesting and dramatic, the scene vividly described, the writing vigorous and colourful.'

'Compulsively readable', Daily Telegraph--Daily Telegraph

'A brilliant story teller, Monsarrat plots the course of events superbly.', Daily Mail--Daily Mail

'With his usual toughness and skill, Mr Monsarrat is unsparing with his description of violence, of men's stupidity, whether they lose or win; and above all of the cynical brutality that is conditioned by political expediency.', The Times--The Times

'Not so much a book as a slab of dynamite. It will go off with a great explosive roar in the well-carpeted embassies and legations of more than one African country.', Sunday Mirror--Sunday Mirror

'...the plot is at once interesting and dramatic, the scene vividly described, the writing vigorous and colourful.', Illustrated London News--Illustrated London News

'Compulsively readable'

, Daily Telegraph--Daily Telegraph

'A brilliant story teller, Monsarrat plots the course of events superbly.'

, Daily Mail--Daily Mail

'With his usual toughness and skill, Mr Monsarrat is unsparing with his description of violence, of men's stupidity, whether they lose or win; and above all of the cynical brutality that is conditioned by political expediency.'

, The Times--The Times

'Not so much a book as a slab of dynamite. It will go off with a great explosive roar in the well-carpeted embassies and legations of more than one African country.'

, Sunday Mirror--Sunday Mirror

'...the plot is at once interesting and dramatic, the scene vividly described, the writing vigorous and colourful.'

, Illustrated London News--Illustrated London News

Compulsively readable.--Daily Telegraph

A brilliant story teller, Monsarrat plots the course of events superbly.'

, Daily Mail, --Daily Mail

With his usual toughness and skill, Mr Monsarrat is unsparing with his description of violence, of men's stupidity, whether they lose or win; and above all of the cynical brutality that is conditioned by political expediency.--The Times

Not so much a book as a slab of dynamite. It will go off with a great explosive roar in the well-carpeted embassies and legations of more than one African country.--Sunday Mirror

...the plot is at once interesting and dramatic, the scene vividly described, the writing vigorous and colourful.--Illustrated London News

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Titel: Richer Than All His Tribe
Verlag: Pan Books
Erscheinungsdatum: 1970
Einband: Softcover
Zustand: Good

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Monsarrat, Nicholas
Verlag: Pan Books (1970)
ISBN 10: 0330024701 ISBN 13: 9780330024709
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Buchbeschreibung Pan Books, 1970. Softcover. Buchzustand: Very Good. 1970. first thus. 382 pages. Paperback rated as Very Good - Cards, pages, and binding are better than usually found for this title and publication year. World of Rare Books specializes in old and hard-to-find titles. book. Artikel-Nr. 1458554249HMB

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