The Return of Eva Perón by V.S. Naipaul
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Overview: Michael X in Trinidad, Peronism in Argentina, the cult of Kingship in Mobutu’s Zaire-the author brings his novelist’s questioning to bear upon the "half-made" societies, those still suffering from the profound deprivations of colonialism and prey to corruption.
In four essays, Naipaul assesses these contemporary "half-made societies" and compares Conrad’s vision of Africa, South America, and the Far East with his own views of those places today. A collection of pieces of reportage and reflections on societies which are still suffering from the profound deprivations of colonialism.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General