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While reading this collection of three essays memoirs travelogues I was wide awake, foraging for information, vivid descriptions, the bringing to life of characters With his magical pen, Ghosh creates strokes out of Cambodia and Myanmar, interspering experiences with excellently researched history, hearsay and predictions.
It is a slim book, but richly filled with astounding anecdotes, incidents and conversations Ghosh recounts adventures in trying to meet Pol Pot s brothers, his impression of the animated Aung San Suu Kyi, his encounters with survivors of the Khmer Rouge It is life laid bare in his travels to these places 20 years ago, where he skirts around ar Amitav Ghosh narrates the stories of strife, war, hope and disaster with a childlike honesty and an inquisitive observer s tone His essays describe militancy in Cambodia, military rule and insurgency in Burma, the aftermath of the tsunami in Andaman Nicobar and a short article on WTC disaster These are first person narrations I admire his courage to travel into these areas of conflict to get a grasp of the situation on the ground.
Authors journalists who have traveled far and wide bring a unique texture and depth to the narrative He reminds me of George Orwell in than one ways This is just my second Amitav Ghosh book and I am already hooked to his writing thumbs up
The first two chapters are about Cambodia I really like the way he connected Pol Pot and the King Sisowath The way he bind these two significant figures are very gentle but also very touching After I visited Killing Field in Cambodia, I have a strong feeling about the country but I never thought to trace the Pol Pot Reading these 2 chapters brought me back my memories of the country and I feel so soothing The 3rd chapter is about my country so I felt connected and also I felt like I am watching an old movie I shed tears when I was reading this chapter I felt the agony of the insurgent and the student leaders The promise that Daw Su had pledged was like a joke now She did hold the power now but we are nowhere near the reconciliation It is sad and painful for me because aren t we all have high hope and expectations of NLD The 4th chapter reminds me of my own co This could well have been a 4 starrer, had it not been for the egotistic piece on Burma where Ghosh goes on with a yawn inducing experience on insurgency Having said that, the other essays on Cambodia and Angkor Wat were stupendous to say the least I must agree that this book has enabled me with a lot of new information on South East Asian politics, especially the creepy times of Pol Pot regime in Cambodia and the events following the assassination of General Aung San in Burma.