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The Ruling Caste: Imperial Lives in the Victorian Raj By : David Gilmour

The Ruling Caste: Imperial Lives in the Victorian Raj
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  • Author: David Gilmour
    Publication Date: 23/01/2007
    Binding: Paperback
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In this absorbing, extensively researched new book, David Gilmour traces the lives of its officials, from recruitment to retirement, from jungle to Government House, from a bungalow in Burma to a residency in Rajputana. He describes their work and their leisure, their intellectual and their private lives. The result is a portrait more varied and complicated than that painted by their old admirers, and yet fairer and subtler than those routinely produced by their post-colonial detractors.

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Number of Pages: 352 Pages
Bar Code: RP9780712665650
Publisher: Pimlico
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