Nature and Art

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Createspace Independent Pub, 2006 - Fiction - 212 pages
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"Nature and Art" illustrates the links between personal experiences and institutional subjugations. It states the moral opposition between Henry Norwynne, a child of nature brought-up in Africa, and his aristocratic cousin. It renders political and religious corruption, historical documents on education and African colonization. It also throws light on the dark side of human nature. Appealing!

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