The Second Man: An autobiography concerning​ a sense of belonging – 3

Like Crusoe, I wanted to escape my country when I was young. I had, as a boy, identified with England. Not only because of an ethnic similarity and a shared language but because it seemed to me progressive and open. It also seemed a land where culture was rooted deep and a place where the empty cultureless life, of what Stephen Watson referred to as … Continue reading The Second Man: An autobiography concerning​ a sense of belonging – 3