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Title The Young Rajah: A story of Indian Life and Adventure
Author(s) Kingston, W. H. G
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1876
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London, Edinburgh and New York
Publisher Thomas Nelsons and Sons
Library British Library
Reference 12807.dd.7
Region South Asia
Names W. H. G. Kingston, Sir Henry Havelock (p359), Sir Jame Outram (p359)
Places India, River Ganges (p39), Allahapoor (pp65-95, 156, 272), Calcutta (p268), Lucknow (pp310, 359)
Topics novel, fiction, children's literature, adventure, colonists, colonial liin India, contents (pix), hunting, tigers (pp40, 42-64, 133-139), crocodile (pp40, 53), tourism (p41), Hinduism (pp42, 75, 279, 310), hunting with elephants (pp49, 133), beggars (p67), Islam, Mohammedanism, (pp67, 75, 99, 311), Mosques (p67), liat Rajah's court (pp69-85), dress (pp70-73, 77, 194, 279), status of women (p75), entertainment (pp78, 303), Rajah's army (pp95-104), factions and conflict (pp95-110, 115-127, 142-143, 149), fakir (p139-140), British advice to the Rajah (pp95, 103, 109, 144, 181), British mercy for rebels (pp110, 181), East India Company (p128), British support for the Rajah (pp128, 227), mendicant (p151), love (p182), perception of Indian women (p182), missionary work (p183), Christianity (pp183-186, 193), inter-racial affair, inter-racial marriage (pp185-187), caste (pp193-194, 310), Brahmin (pp196, 204, 211), Feringhees (pp196, 251), health and disease (p287), English medicine (p287), fear of Russian spies (p296), anti-colonialism (pp268, 297, 310), uprising, 'Indian Mutiny' (pp310-375), marriage (pp375-376)
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