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Redundancy of Courage, the

by Timothy Mo

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Published by Vintage .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages410
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7320133M
ISBN 100099890607
ISBN 109780099890607

Winner of the E.M. Forster Award and shortlisted for the Booker Prize, this brutal and beautiful narration of the guerrilla war against the Indonesians in Timor, praised by Fretilin Foreign Minister and Nobel prize-winner Jose Ramos-Horta for its perfec. Synopsis. Winner of the E.M. Forster Award and shortlisted for the Booker Prize, this brutal and beautiful narration of the guerrilla war against the Indonesians in Timor, praised by Fretilin Foreign Minister and Nobel prize-winner Jose Ramos-Horta for its 'perfect authenticity', reappears now in this handsome edition at a topical moment in history /5(6).

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Click to read more about The Redundancy of Courage by Timothy Mo. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(2). The Redundancy of Courage, both documentary fiction and a political thriller, stakes out new territory again. Set in a different part of Southeast Asia, on the island Danu (read East Timor) in the troublesome s, Mo's forth novel is the first to forsake an omniscient narrator for a first-person account.


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Danu is annexed by /5. The Redundancy of Courage Paperback – January 7, by Timothy Mo (Author) out of 5 stars 6 ratingsCited by: 7. The Redundancy of Courage. Adolph Ng, Redundancy of Courage effete, Canadian-educated hotel owner of Chinese origin, leads a placid existence on Danu, the eastern half of an island to the north of Australia.

He and his companions - the fiery and radical Rosa Soares, the quiet but formidable Dr Maria Nolasco da Silva, the clever but dissatisfied Raoul Garcia. The Redundancy of Courage is a novel by Timothy Mo published in It is set in the fictitious country of Danu in Southeast Asia, which is based on East Timor, and is narrated by Adolph Ng, an ethnic Chinese businessman educated in Canada.

Winner of the E.M. Forster Award and shortlisted for the Booker Prize, this brutal and beautiful narration of the guerrilla war against the Indonesians in Timor, praised by Fretilin Foreign Minister and Nobel prize-winner Jose Ramos-Horta for its 'perfect authenticity', reappears now in this handsome edition at a topical moment in history as Timor.

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The Redundancy of Courage — Timothy Mo Posted on Febru by bookermanpries I really wanted to like this book. Set in the fictional Danu, the novel explores the history of East Timor through the eyes of Adolph Ng, a Chinese man who studied in Canada.

This book should not be out of print. It should be compulsory reading for the men and women serving with UNTAET in East Timor today. It should act as a reminder to politicians around the world, that the conscious ignoring of and appeasement of aggression by one people against another diminishes us all/5.

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Immediately download the The Redundancy of Courage summary, chapter-by-chapter analysis, book notes, essays, quotes, character descriptions, lesson plans, and more - everything you need for studying or teaching The Redundancy of Courage. The Redundancy of Courage by Timothy Mo An Indonesian island is hastily given independence, and a Chinese-educated homosexual who was born on the island returns from his Canadian university to find his life radically altered.

The story, shortlisted for the Booker Prize, represents an account of a post-colonial disaster/5(16). The redundancy of courage. An Indonesian island is hastily given independence, and a Chinese-educated homosexual who was born on the island returns from his Canadian university to find his life radically altered.

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Daisy is a sort of Everywoman: she marries twice, has children, has a career, suffers disappointments, and her achievements are modest. Fiction set in East Timor (Timor-Leste) - The Redundancy of Courage Winner of the E.M.

Forster Award and shortlistedfor the Booker Prize, this brutal and beautifulnarration of the guerrilla war against theIndonesians in. Pure by Timothy Mo – review An Insular Possession or The Redundancy of Courage. Then, after a financial row with traditional UK publishers, Mo left for the Far East, from where self.The Redundancy of Courage.

Mo, Timothy. London Limited Editions issue, #16/ numbered copies signed by the author; set in Danu, in fact East Timor, during the Indonesian occupation and which incorporates the murder of the Australian journalists at Balibo into its plot.