A major, if neglected, writer, Joyce Cary (1888–1957) wrote highly original novels and had the ability to bring characters vividly to life.
Extracts from Mister Johnson (1939) and his later trilogy – consisting of Herself Surprised (1941), To Be a Pilgrim (1942) and The Horse’s Mouth (1944) – are read by actors.
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