quilombos , African maroon communities inside the forest.
From that point until now, guided by our oral tradition, Candomblé communities have increased in number, and today in Brazil you will find what we call “nations” of Candomblé. What is a nation of Candomblé? A nation of Candomblé is a group that
in exile. His writings reveal, however, that he is more than this. Likewise, Havel tells us his Czechness is given, along with the fact that he is a man, or has fair hair. I too am an exile - a Scot marooned in the Perthly paradise. For exiles, the condition has the potential for liberation and self
presence within matter, pursuing a mirage of alluring yet empty, uninhabited and ever-changing images and abstractions, the camera-decked, laptop-lugging modern may, in the privacy of his individual psyche, struggle to escape his existential maroonment and seek to 'make sense of things'. He does so by