Archipelago: A Problem by G.H. Neale

Likened to the works of many literary greats, Archipelago tells the story of several different characters.  Despite John Donne’s famous quote about no man being an island, Neale breathes life into a group of individuals who are considered separate entities.  And while the characters are not connected by “traditional” means of land, they are a group of islands with only a small amount of distance between them.  Their search for meaning does not go unnoticed by engaged readers of this impressive and thought-provoking title.

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