Leila by Robin Jenkins

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Author
Robin Jenkins
Publisher
Birlinn Ltd
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0
ISBN
9781846970160
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Paperback
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Robin Jenkins returned to the Far East in the 1950s for Leila, a tender love story involving a Scottish teacher, Andrew Sandilands, and Leila, the exotically beautiful daughter of a local politician. Leila is, like her father, implicated in the revolutionary tremors shaking the small country and the lovers are soon torn between the small-minded mores of the expatriate community and Leila's determined efforts to play a role in her country's future. The masked oppression of the regime forms the backdrop to a novel where personal dramas collide with the legacies of colonialism.


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