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A rendezvous in Haiti

Stephen Becker

A rendezvous in Haiti

by Stephen Becker

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Published by Collins Harvill in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementStephen Becker.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3552.E26
The Physical Object
Pagination223p. ;
Number of Pages223
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17506721M
ISBN 100002711125
OCLC/WorldCa13358807

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“A Rendezvous in Haiti is literary fiction at its most extroverted: an old-fashioned adventure novel, a landscape novel, a novel with such a good plot that even readers of the Victorian novel will admire it, a novel with heroic characters, and a novel that upholds Stephen Becker’s high standards for language.” —John Irving/5(6).

A Rendezvous in Haiti is exquisitely set in post-World War One. Becker expertly describes the squalid conditions in the island and weaves rich, historical, detail into the narrative. The storyline has potential, and there are some attractive elements. However, the plot has an uneven feel to it, and the dialogue is crass at times, giving the /5(6).

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Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. Another recent-historical adventure from Becker (The Chinese Bandit, The Last Mandarin, The Blue-Eyed Shan), who here leaves behind his favored Orient for a colorful if predictable tale of rebellion and kidnapping in Haiti.

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A RENDEZVOUS IN HAITI is worthy of comparison to Becker’s best work, as it considers the way American good intentions can backfire, the numerous barriers in relations between races, the.

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This project is aimed at empowering and enabling Haitians to develop concrete ways to improve their .THE CROSS OF BARON SAMEDI. By Richard Dohrman. Houghton Mifflin and Company, Boston. pages. Comments by Bob Corbett July 1, There was a spate of books written by Americans during and shortly after the first U.S.

Occupation. Most of them were novels which reflected little understanding of Haiti or the occupation.A RENDEZVOUS IN HAITI. By Stephen Becker W.W. Norton and Company, After the American occupation of Haiti () it was often said that every American officer above the rank of Lieutenant, wrote a book about Haiti.

Some even wrote two. Most of those books distinguish themselves as pure trash--racist, elitist, uninformed, imperialist.