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New Left Review I/154, November-December 1985


Wilson Harris

Adversarial Contexts and Creativity

I was profoundly affected as a young man by the primeval rainforest and the savannahs of British Guyana in South America.

I travelled as a land surveyor on the coastlands and into the interior for many years and became immersed in the fabric of the place, the waterfalls, the calm but treacherous intervals that lie between the rapids.

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