He was actually one of my actors: Horsecart
the assassin, in A Brighter Summer Day, and Liren (the fired bureaucrat) in A Confucian Confusion.
Carriego is different: from its first pages on Palermo through the biographical chapter and the chapters on Carriego's books of poems it is conceived as an organic whole, one that extends into the original appendices (on truco, inscriptions on horsecarts
, and documents related to Carriego's life, but not including the 1950s additions).
In Transnistria, the ambition, formulated by Governor Alexianu in December 1941, of having a gendarme station in every village was never fulfilled, so that even Jewish ghettos were supervised by gendarmes only once a week, who traveled on foot or in horsecarts
from a nearby village where they were permanently stationed.
During one of our visits to the site, about 40-50 Roma were taking out materials with their horsecarts
," Stoyanova said.
3m) above water, four times higher than the oldest piers; to handle larger volumes, they contained two-storey steel sheds, equipped with machinery for exchanging cargo between ships and the railcars and horsecarts
which ran right through the middle (Figure 7).