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... one has to deal with him , as one does when one is on the Government side of
the fence in the administration or on the Bench or in the police , the less
sentimental sympathy one gets for him , for he is usually a very nasty and brutish
After tennis I usually went down to the Kandy Club . In those days in an Asiatic
station where there was " the Club ” , it was a symbol and centre of British
imperialism although perhaps we might not be fully conscious of it . It had
normally a ...
In fact both the G . A . and the Diwa Nilame , as he was usually called , had a key
to the shrine , and without the two being present the door could not be unlocked .
In practice I , as 0 . A . , kept the G . A . ' s key , and arranged with Nugawela ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Jenney - LibraryThing
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