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  1. says:

    The third book in the Borneo trilogy, this one focuses on the period following the Keith family s release from the Japanese POW internment camps on the island of Borneo After being interned for four years, Harry, Agnes and their six year old son George return to North America to Victoria, British Columbia to be among family, to heal and to forget But before long Harry is asked to return to Borneo to assist with rebuilding the devastated island and despite Agnes concerns, decides to make his way back to be part of the efforts He and Agnes can never repay the kindness of the locals as well as the risks they took smuggling food into the prison camps, helping the prisoners in any way they could to ease the hardship of living in pitiful conditions Returning to Borneo to help with the work was one of the ways in which he could do that Agnes and George soon follow and once again the Keith family are back on the tropical island amidst the locals, Harry off to work and Agnes acting as full time referee between the household help All in all this book felt somewhat similar to the first book living the life of the white man among the locals hasn t changed too dramatically, the humorous goings on between the household...

  2. says:

    After the Keiths were freed from a Japanese internment camp during WWII on the island of Borneo they have an all too brief recuperation in Canada This story is about their return to Borneo to participate in re building the country following the war The author introduces us to many interesting people It is a very engaging and sometimes insightful narrative.Thoughts shared..chokengtitik

    titikchokeng 82 The I know of aborigines the I suspect that only time, unhurried, unharassed, unorganized, untiring and unbeatable, will tell on them But time will And meanwhile the factor that the primitive people of Borneo need for civilization is the liberty which alone prepares me for libertychokengtitik

    titikchokeng 142 Goerge at seven is either full speed or full stop great description p 270 But the young woman who writes me today is no longer a Eurasian girl assailing the Western world she is a woman proudly Chinese Jeannette writes First I must warn you not to jump to conclusions and start thinking that we are b...

  3. says:

    Agnes Newton Keith third Borneo Trilogy book combines the determined emotion of her prison camp book with a renewed warmth and faith in humanity Her views toward the Japanese are forgiving Her views toward the people of Borneo are warm, but tad paternalistic reflecting the times Nevertheless, Keith is progressive and sees the humanity in all people She treats people as individuals, not stereotyped caricatures As in the first book in the trilogy, the words and imagery a...

  4. says:

    Not as good as her first two Borneo books And in this one, she betrays some of the prejudices of her times Still, an engaging voice and I had to know what would become of her family after the war.

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