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Title: The soul of Malaya
Authors: Fauconnier, Henri, 1879-
Sutton, Eric
Issue Date: 1990
Publisher: Singapore : Oxford University Press
Description: Written in French by Henri Fauconnier, Malaisie won the prestigious Prix Goncourt in 1930 and has been translated into English as The Soul of Malaya. Part memoirs, part fiction, the novel continues to capture the imagination with its intriguing character descriptions and its insights into Malayan society of the early 1900s. While describing the experiences of two French planters, the book depicts various types of Englishman running plantations in Malaya as well as the beauty and appeal of the land.
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