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Nine Nights

This powerful, award-winning Brazilian novel is reminiscent of Naipaul, Faulkner and Conrad in its exploration of human behaviour on the edges of civilization.In August 1939, a twenty-seven-year old American ethnologist, brilliant and from a solid background, mysteriously commits suicide in Brazil while studying among the tribes of the Amazonian basin. He leaves behind him seven letters, alleging ...

Hardcover: 288 pages
Publisher: William Heinemann (April 3, 2007)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0434012955
ISBN-13: 978-0434012954
Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.8 x 7.4 inches
Amazon Rank: 3659142
Format: PDF Text djvu ebook

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“This book is the "high literature" response to journalistic accounts like "Into the Wild" by Krakauer. I enjoyed both books. Nine Nights, under the guise of a journalistic investigation on the death of a young ethnologist, describes life past and pre...”

ifferent motives for his suicide: to some, he said he had contracted a terrible disease; to others, he said that he could not recover from his wife’s betrayal with his own brother (but he wasn’t married, and he didn’t have a brother).In the present, the narrator becomes obsessed with the search for an eighth letter he is convinced must have existed.As the reader observes, his search slowly drives him mad — a Marlowe haunted by the fate of his own Kurtz. This is truly a remarkable novel.