Gerald de Cruz

Colliding Worlds

Spanning the years from the 30s to the 80s, Colliding Worlds is an illuminating portrait of a passionate idealist. Through a crazy paving of anecdotes and essays, Gerald takes the reader into the flow of his variegated world. Whether it is an evocation of his childhood days in Katong or a recounting of his escapes from the Japanese and the Communists, his is a fascinating, sometimes touching, story told with wit and eloquence. Colliding Worlds was first published as Rojak Rebel in 1991.
271 printed pages



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