The Redundancy of Courage

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Paddleless Press, 2002 - Revolutionaries - 448 pages
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Winner of the E.M. Forster Award and shortlisted for the Booker Prize, this brutal and beautiful narration of the guerrilla war against the Indonesians in Timor, praised by Fretilin Foreign Minister and Nobel prize-winner Jose Ramos-Horta for its perfect authenticity', reappears now in this handsome edition at a topical moment in history as Timor fully joins the UN at last. ''Magnificent' - The Spectator 'A marvellous tour de force' - Evening Standard 'A brilliant novel, written with precision and tenderness' - Guardian'

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