'Of the Trappist enterprise in nineteenth-century South Africa, with all its passionate personal rivalries and Byzantine internal politics, Michael Cawood Green has made a work of history cum fiction that will grip and sometimes amaze the reader.' J M Coetzee The narrator of this extraordinary tale is witness to a story that ranged from Austria to Bosnia, Natal to East Griqualand. Aptly named after Joseph of Cupertino, the Holy Fool and Gaper, his attempt at proclaiming the sins of others and confessing his own draws the ...

For the Sake of Silence 2010, Quartet Books, London

ISBN-13: 9780704371989

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