SUMMARY ã De morgen loeit weer aan

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De morgen loeit weer aanAwaits the coming dawn with his dogs thinking he might well commit suicide in “the roar of morning” While contemplating his possible end the events of his life on Curaçao and on mainland Venezuela come rushing back to him Some memories are recent others distant; all are tormented by the politics of a colonialist “gone native” He recalls sickness. ‪The Roar of Morning by Tipp Muragg takes us for a ride through the island of Curaçao It’s a sleepless night and a man drinking both Dutch beer and whisky looks back at his life and tumultuous events in the South American Continent If you love Garcia Maruez you’d love this‬

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SUMMARY ã De morgen loeit weer aan ☆ “Tip” Marugg’s The Roar of Morning has been widely praised as an intensely personal often dreamlike literary masterpiece that balances Caribbean mysticism with the magical realism of Latin American fiction while reflecting the Calvinist sensibilities of the region’s Dutch colonial past The story beginAnd sexual awakening as well as personal encounters with the extraordinary and unexplained As the day breaks he has an apocalyptic vision of a great fire engulfing the entire South American continent The countdown to Armageddon has begun in a brilliantly dissolute narrative akin to Malcolm Lowry’s Under the Volcano and the writings of Charles Bukowski. Tip Marrugg lived on Curaçao off the coast of Venezuela and this short book gives a good dreamy impression of the geology mix of cultures traditions and environment of the island This is not particularly linked well with any narrative as the narrator has flashbacks to his youth but leaves the reader with an impression of the interconnectedness of the people and stories of the region Good in patches but a little loose ins tructure for my liking

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“Tip” Marugg’s The Roar of Morning has been widely praised as an intensely personal often dreamlike literary masterpiece that balances Caribbean mysticism with the magical realism of Latin American fiction while reflecting the Calvinist sensibilities of the region’s Dutch colonial past The story begins on a tropical Antilles night A man drinks and. With gun in hand pistol ready to fire I see myself in the mirror of time; the camera obscura enlarging my memories whether they are mine or not dreamingdreamingendless dreaminglet the fireball consume me until I am only a shadow upon your conscience the roar of morningdeep and protruding in that chasm of overwhelming angst that materializes unbeknownst to many but hiding in us allRecommended to dreamers and ones with true and loving respect for a beautiful imaginationPS This was given to me through the 'giveaways' program here at Goodreads for an honest review