Orientation: A Journey is an autobiographical account of a group of African American tourists who traveled on a tour to Europe, Asia and North Africa. The writer inserts fictional situations in the book to enable the reader to view the bareback narrative in relation to, or as a divergence from the autobiographical portions of the book. As a reality, these segments in the book are its core that lends itself to the fiction he creates, which propels the writer's rush of awareness, and bares his accelerated consciousness, enabling him to carry the fictitious segments of the book on a non-liner, narrative, course.aSoula Show. The diner and show were costly, which made me view it then as a rip off, but Cynthia and I decided to ... Maria, our tour guide, explained to us that the word Fado means father in Portuguese and that the dance came from African anbsp;...
|Title||:||Orientation: A Journey|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2004-05-10|