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Return to the Enchanted Island: A Novel In This Exhilarating Prize Winning Novel Only The Second To Be Published In English From Madagascar A Young Man Comes Of Age Amidst The Enchanted Origin Myths Of His Island Country Named After The First Man At The Creation Of The World In Malagasy Mythology, Ietsy Razak Was Raised To Perpetuate The Glory Of His Namesake And Expected To Be As Illuminated As His Great Ancestor But In The Chaos Of Modernity, His Young Life Is Marked Only By Restlessness, Maddening Insomnia, And An Adolescent ApathyWhen An Unexpected Tragedy Ships Him Off To A Boarding School In France, His Trip To The Big City Is No Hero S Journey Ietsy Loses Himself In The Immediate Pleasures Of Body And Mind Weighed Down By His Privilege And The Legacy Of His Name, Ietsy Struggles To Find A FootholdOnly A Return To The Enchanted Island, As Madagascar Is Lovingly Known, Helps Ietsy Stumble Toward His Destiny This Award Winning Retelling Of Madagascar S Origin Story Offers A Distinctly Twenty First Century Perspective On The Country S Place In An Ever Connected World

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10 thoughts on “Return to the Enchanted Island: A Novel

  1. says:

    I was eager to read this book my first set in Madagascar, winner of the Grand Prix de l Oc an Indien, apparently only the second to be published in English from Madagascar The book is about Ietsy Razak, namesake of the first man created in the world according to Malagasy mythology The scion of a well to do family, Ietsy is steeped in his privileged upbringing, focuse

  2. says:

    Return to the Enchanted Island by Johary Ravaloson and translated by Allison Charette.This books is only the second book to be translated from Madagascar to English, and has won the Prix du Roman de l Ocean Indien prize The book is divided into three massive chapters Ietsy Razak s early life in Madagascar, his life in a boarding school in France and then his return to

  3. says:

    DNF 20%I m not sure if I should blame the format I ve been reading but I m finding that each paragraph of this novella is very dense, so much so that I often could not make sense of what I was being told The writing also uses a lot of terms that don t really fit with what is being addressed or described.The somewhat disjointed yet impenetrable prose also implemented brac

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