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Asiatics

Frederic Prokosch

Asiatics

by Frederic Prokosch

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Published by Chatto & Windus in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Frederic Prokosch
The Physical Object
Pagination382 p.
Number of Pages382
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14537737M

Description: André Gide praised The Asiatics as "an authentic masterpiece"; Thomas Mann called it "brilliant." First published in and virtually unavailable for years, this extraordinary novel tells the story of a young American--the unnamed narrator--who hitchhikes his way across Asia, from Beirut to China, living off the land and depending on the hospitality of the people he meets along the road. Asian people or Asiatic people are said "Asiatics" are part of the "Mongoloid" race while "Asians from the Indian Subcontinent" are part of the "Caucasian" race. A book about forensic anthropology said that the "leading handbook in human osteology" has China: 1,,,

The Cicero Trilogy is of course a work of fiction and not a historical biography. At the same time it does give some insight into the politics in and of Rome, how they could have been. For anyone who like me in his youth read the Catilinarian Orations in Latin, in particular the book dedicated to that struggle is a very amusing and pleasing read/5. This abridged version of Dr. Harris' book, The Asiatic Fathers of America, contains several never before released pictures of the Harris map collection. The book also contains a brief biography about Dr. Harris' unusual life written by his daughter Charlotte. Harris, a third generation missionary, was born in Kaifeng, China to American parents.

The Asiatic Society was founded by civil servant Sir William Jones on 15 January in a meeting presided over by Robert Chambers, Justice of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort William at the Fort William in Calcutta, then capital of the British Raj, to enhance and further the cause of Oriental research. At the time of its foundation, this Society was named as "Asiatick Society".Location: 1 Park Street, Kolkata – , West Bengal, . The Asiatics: A Novel by Prokosch, Frederic and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at


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“Prokosch has invented what might be called the geographical novel, in Asiatics book he mingles sensuality with irony, lucidity with mystery. He conveys a fatalistic sense of life half hidden beneath a rich animal energy. “The Asiatics is original in its conception, beautiful in its execution/5(9).

THE ASIATICS is a vehicle for his thoughts on life, on his personal quest for understanding and that is the only reason you might read it, though it is an adventure tale /5(9).

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Peace. Peace From Divine39A. Knowledge is the foundation for all things, as the Sun is the foundation for our solar system and man is the foundation for his family. Wisdom is the manifestation of ones knowledge, the ways and actions one uses to make his or her knowledge to know the truth, such as speaking wisely to the wise.

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Gide praised The Asiatics as "an authentic masterpiece"; Thomas Mann called it "brilliant." First published in and virtually unavailable for years, this extraordinary novel tells the story of a young American--the unnamed narrator--who hitchhikes his way across Asia, from Beirut to China, living off the land and depending on the hospitality of the people he meets along the road.

‘Warman devotes most of the remainder of the book to tracing the history of corn in major areas of the world, dealing first with Asiatic locales.’ ‘In the intervening years the ruble collapsed along with other Asiatic currencies.’ ‘When the religion was established, its founders were influenced by Greek philosophy and Asiatic thought.’.

(p) Since Prokosch never met the real Asia, his entire book is a reflection of pictures gleaned from other, also Orientalist writers or purely from his imagination.

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