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Title London and Paris Through Indian Spectacles
Author(s) Pillai, G. P
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1897
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication Madras
Publisher The Vaijayanti Press
Library British Library
Reference 010107.h.2
Region Europe
Names G. Paramaswaran Pillai, G, Paramesvara Pillai, Eardley Norton (piii)
Places England, London (p1), France, Paris (p78), Scotland, Edinburgh (p68), Ireland, Dublin (p72)
Topics Indian literature, memoir, travel writing, subject, tourism, contents (p1), colonial power, colonial rule (ppii, 26), Madras Standard, rental accommodation (pp1, 4), food (p10), restaurant (p10), curry (p12), Hindu culture (p13), dress (pp13, 17, 64, 67, 82), transport, omnibus (pp2, 21), police (pp2, 26, 90), law (p26), homeless (p31), crossing sweeper (p33), shoe shiner (p35), flower girl (pp36-38), postman (pp3, 39), organ grinder (p40), newsboy (p41), newspapers, advertising (p44), barber (p44), public house (p46), alcohol abuse (pp46, 84), smoking (p18), Bank Holiday (p53), porter (p54), gender, status of women (p59), leisure (p60), House of Commons (p96), education (ppiii, 6, 60), housing (p2), missionary work (p7), public baths (p9), Hyde Park orator (p57), racism (p100), Indian National Congress (p99)
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