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May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. In the s, Pepetela's writing continued to exhibit interest in Angola's history, but also began to examine the political situation in the country with a greater sense of irony and criticism. The Angolan Civil War and intense corruption in the government both led to a questioning of the revolutionary values espoused in the earlier novel.
Ana Mafalda Leite describes the novel as "a critical and sceptical book, not to say a book of disillusionment, certainly one far removed from Mayombe's heroic virtues. The novel, spanning three decades, is divided into four parts, each of which covers an important aspect of Angola's 20th century, including Portuguese colonial oppression , the war for independence , the civil war, and the brief respite from the war that occurred in the early s. Pepetela's interest in history remained evident in this book, but his criticism of the Angolan establishment was something new that would reappear again and again.
The novel takes more of a magical realist approach than any of Pepetela's former works, positing a situation where several of Luanda's largest buildings collapse into Kinaxixi square with all the inhabitants left unharmed. The heroine, a character named Carmina Cara de Cu, leaves her career as a government bureaucrat and becomes an arms dealer. Pepetela spent years researching the story of the Dutch in Angola in order to write the novel. This novel does not display the same cynical and disillusioned tone as his other novels of the decade did, instead being a broad historical narrative that does incorporate a somewhat magical realist tone.
While this novel stands quite apart from much of the author's other work, the fascination with Angolan history prominent throughout his career probably comes to its truest fruition in this work. As the situation in Angola in the s grew more and more dangerous, Pepetela began spending more time in Lisbon and Brazil. By this point in his life his writing had brought him renown throughout the Portuguese-speaking world.
Pepetela is the first Angolan and the second African author to win this prestigious award. Pepetela has continued to be a prolific writer throughout the s. His work has taken a satirical turn with the series of "Jaime Bunda" novels, detective novels that cast a satirical view on life in Luanda in the new decade.
Stephen Henighan writes that the character of Jaime Bunda, a bumbling detective with roots in two of Angola's most prominent families, represents the changes that the Luanda Creole population has undergone in the view of Pepetela. Rather than representing a revolutionary vanguard that will create a new Angolan identity, the Creoles of Luanda are depicted in the novels as a kleptocratic oligarchy. The character is obsessed with both James Bond films and American private-eye novels, something that Henighan claims is "ideologically charged" and illustrates elements of Angola's underdevelopment.
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Botha , who had mandated the South African intervention in Angola in the s and s. This novel also presents Pepetela's critique of U. Pepetela also published other types of novels during the decade.
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In , after the success of the Jaime Bunda novels, he published Predadores , his sharpest critique of the Angolan ruling class yet. The novel takes place in post-independence Angola and follows the story of Vladimiro Caposso, a lowly bureaucrat who becomes a businessman. Igor Cusack describes the protagonist as a "murderous, philandering businessman gangster The final years of the s have seen a continuation of Pepetela's prolific career, with novels appearing in , and The book deals with current attitudes about terrorism and also with aspects of technology present in modern society.
These characters, who have survived a global disaster, congregate on a small piece of land in Africa that Pepetela stresses is very close to where humanity is thought to have originated and are challenged with attempting to create some kind of new world. This book continues the trend begun with O Terrorista de Berkeley The last novel of the s, O Planalto e a Estepe , while it does deal with Angola, continues to reflect the internationalization of Pepetela's themes in the past decade.
The book deals with a love affair between a white Angolan and a Mongolian whom he met while studying in Moscow.
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