Companions of the Day and Night

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"'He ascended, eyes riveted, nailed to the steps leading up to the top of the pyramid of the sun. How many human hearts he wondered had been plucked from bodies there to feed the dying light of the sun and create an obsession with royal sculptures, echoing stone?... It was time to take stock of others as hollow bodies and shelters into which one fell...'" In "Companions of the Day and Night" (first published in 1975) Wilson Harris revives figures from his earlier "Black Marsden" - chiefly Clive Goodrich, the 'editor' of ...

Companions of the Day and Night 1975, Faber & Faber, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780571106639

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