Anglo-Indian literary luminary, Irwin Allan Sealy, presents an essay that takes a journey through the Anglo-Indian imaginary from the earliest times of the Community. He argues that Anglo-Indians are the first ‘modern’ Indians, for their departure from prevailing cultural norms and prejudices to forge a distinct and sometimes exemplary model, marked and unified by the English language.
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