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  • Title: Counting House
  • Author: David Dabydeen
  • ISBN: 9781845230159
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Paperback

  • Issues of caste, slavery, racism, and the immigrant experience in the early 19th century are addressed in this novel Rohini and Vidia, a young married couple struggling for survival in a small, caste ridden Indian village are seduced by a recruiter s persuasive talk of easy work and plentiful land They sign up as indentured laborers to go to British Guiana and discover tIssues of caste, slavery, racism, and the immigrant experience in the early 19th century are addressed in this novel Rohini and Vidia, a young married couple struggling for survival in a small, caste ridden Indian village are seduced by a recruiter s persuasive talk of easy work and plentiful land They sign up as indentured laborers to go to British Guiana and discover their harsh fate as bound coolies in a country only just emerging from the savage brutalities of slavery In their problematic encounters with the Afro Guyanese, hostile to immigrant labor, they confront the truths of their uprooted condition and learn to live with their fate.
    David Dabydeen
    David Dabydeen born 9 December 1955 is a Guyanese born critic, writer, novelist and academic Since 2010 he has been Guyana s ambassador to China.Dabydeen is the author of novels, collections of poetry and works of non fiction and criticism, as editor as well as writer His first book, Slave Song 1984 , a collection of poetry, won the Commonwealth Poetry Prize and the Quiller Couch Prize A further collection, Turner New and Selected Poems, was published in 1994, and reissued in 2002 the title poem, Turner is an extended sequence or verse novel responding to a painting by J M W Turner, Slavers Throwing overboard the Dead and Dying Typhoon coming on 1840.His first novel, The Intended 1991 , the story of a young Asian student abandoned in London by his father, won the Guyana Prize for Literature Disappearance 1993 tells the story of a young Guyanese engineer working on the south coast of England who lodges with an elderly woman The Counting House 1996 is set at the end of the nineteenth century and narrates the experiences of an Indian couple whose hopes of a new life in colonial Guyana end in tragedy The story explores historical tensions between indentured Indian workers and Guyanese of African descent His 1999 novel, A Harlot s Progress, is based on a series of pictures painted in 1732 by William Hogarth who was the subject of Dabydeen s PhD and develops the story of Hogarth s black slave boy Through the character of Mungo, Dabydeen challenges traditional cultural representations of the slave His latest novel, Our Lady of Demerara, was published in 2004.Dabydeen has been awarded the title of fellow of the Royal Society of Literature He is the second West Indian writer V.S Naipaul was the first and the only Guyanese writer to receive the title.In 2001 Dabydeen wrote and presented The Forgotten Colony, a BBC Radio 4 programme exploring the history of Guyana His one hour documentary Painting the People was broadcast by BBC television in 2004.The Oxford Companion to Black British History, co edited by Dabydeen, John Gil and Cecily Jones, appeared in 2007.In 2007, Dabydeen was awarded the Hind Rattan Jewel of India Award for his outstanding contribution to literature and the intellectual life of the Indian diaspora from

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    Commentaires:

    Elizabeth
    I couldn't get past the vulgarity of the characters and stopped reading 1/3 of the way through.

    Ying
    there is a documentary where Dabydeen searches for his grandfather's name among the far flung repositories of coolie records. they are disorganized and poorly preserved, and in one short scene, no more than three minutes maybe, Dabydeen is visibly sweating as he attempts to piece together the triangular scraps being blown around by a fan in the room. names and history crumble in his hand. this is a book about dust. about excrement. nastiness. raw blood tongues. not an ounce of love in this one.

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