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|The feeling grew that Mr. Fielding was a disruptive force, and rightly, for ideas are |
fatal to caste, and he used ideas by that most potent method—interchange.
Neither a missionary nor a student, he was happiest in the give-and-take of a
Matthew James Connelly - 2008 - 521 pages
|In one instance, British commentators on India perceived in caste the aftermath of |
a failed effort to preserve the biological ... All over the world, intellectuals would
appropriate and adapt social Darwinist ideas, ideas that would seem even more
|The term “hilly” (pahan) in addition to describing the hilly terrain in Shahargaon, |
also invokes a set of ideas and beliefi associated with north Indian communities
that do not follow the upper—caste prescriptive codes for establishing marital ...
|... for a restrictive definition and that a flexible approach to the idea of a traditional |
Aborigine was preferable.26 In general law ... The latter has connotations of the "'
half-caste', 'quarter-caste' categories of the Assimilation era".28 In the 1998 ...
|... although our knowledge that Pontiac ( 1764) and Tecumseh (1809-14) will try |
lends a degree of credibility to the idea. ... In the wilderness of the second half of
Last of the Mohicans there is no guarantee that boundaries of race, caste, and ...
|To express these themes, the play centres round the idea of courtesy. ... uses it.|
16 The chivalric idea of courtesy and service, where the lover serves his mistress
chastely and honourably, persists in the military caste of Charalois and Romont, ...
|The child of an alcoholic father and an eccentric artist mother discusses her family's nomadic upbringing, during which she and her siblings fended for themselves while their parents outmaneuvered bill collectors and the authorities.|
Julia C. Collins, Chapel Hill William L. Andrews Maynard Adams Professor of English University of North Carolina, Mitch Kachun Assistant Professor of History Western Michigan University - 2006 - 208 pages
|... mixed-race women, the idea of race-mixing may have been acceptable in |
theory, but neither Brown nor Webb seems to have viewed ... Given this
background and cultural pretext to The Curse of Caste, perhaps the most
intriguing facet of Collins's novel is how she ... “'The institution of slavery is of
itself accursed, and will yet prove the fatal Nemesis of the South, xlvi The Curse
of Caste; or The Slave Bride.
|The way they pick this girl: some high-caste Hindu, some Brahman, has an |
inspiration about where to go look for her. Then they ... About the idea of the
living goddess, she said, 'I cannot describe it to you, you have to see it. See and
|... in so short a period as ten months, must have resulted from one or the other of |
these fatal causes, or from both. ... moved to sympathy for the Portuguese, the
idea that additional laborers had to be found might have led them to de-