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The doctor , who was an extraordinarily nice man , told me that I had typhoid ,
and that if I laid absolutely as still as possible and ate practically nothing , my
temperature , which was over 103 , would gradually go down and precisely on
He was a terrific snob and was — or believed himself to be — a Welsh landowner
and gentleman — and he believed that practically no one else in Ceylon was a
gentleman . He had three passions : regularity in his everyday life , horses , and ...
The loss of practically all the cattle under the great Tissa Irrigation Work was a
terrible disaster . The people did not plough their paddy fields ; the usual method
of preparing the fields for sowing was what is called “ mudding ” , i . e . buffaloes ...
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In the feudal society of Ceylon "I felt that there was some depth of happiness rather than pleasure, of satisfaction, . . . which the western world is losing or has lost." (p 158) Judgments such as ... Read full review
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This is the second book Leonard Woolf wrote of his life. He is a graceful author, and a sensitive man. Good look into an aristocratic young britisher and his growing up. Read full review