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Een nieuwe wereldorde

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Phillips is gefascineerd door uitsluiting en integratie, door ontwortelde mensen, die op drift zijn geraakt. Hij ziet een nieuwe wereldorde ontstaan, waarin steeds meer mensen verhuizen naar een ander land, een andere cultuur
Paperback, 334 pages
Published 2002 by Bezige Bij (first published 2001)
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Born in St. Kitts and raised in the UK, author and playwright Caryl Phillips, now a Yale professor, follows American, African, Caribbean, and British trails to arrive at new insights into cultural encounters.
A superb collection of essays that I came upon quite by chance on a bookstall in a market in Hampshire. The essay on Marvin Gaye is really moving.
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Elegant essays on his experience and conclusions, though I found some of them heavy going.
Phillips is a fluid essayist and his range is versatile and controlled.
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Caryl Phillips was born in St.Kitts and came to Britain at the age of four months. He grew up in Leeds, and studied English Literature at Oxford University.

He began writing for the theatre and his plays include Strange Fruit (1980), Where There is Darkness (1982) and The Shelter (1983). He won the BBC Giles Cooper Award for Best Radio Play of the year with The Wasted Years (1984). He has written
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