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A review of Burmese days by George Orwell

The most unflattering account of India and its people is there in ‘Burmese days’. The authenticity of the book is stunning. George Orwell saw things far more clearly than even Forster, who totally ignored Hindus for they appeared mysterious to him, besides noting passingly Dr. Godse.

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K Majenta wrote: "Peaceful greetings, Krishna, thanks for contacting me! I hope you are well and having a fine August 2017. Happy reading, writing, and everything else. Blessings! Have a good tomorrow.

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Thank you Majenta. Wish I could see how you look like. Anyway. Good reading to you as well.


Majenta Peaceful greetings, Krishna, thanks for contacting me! I hope you are well and having a fine August 2017. Happy reading, writing, and everything else. Blessings! Have a good tomorrow.

Best wishes from Majenta


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