A Critique of Allan Sealy's "The Trotternama"
Peppin who also writes I. Allan Sealy’s The Trotter-nama, begins his article noting that that genuine “Anglo-Indian” writing is a product of the twentieth century, perhaps even of the post-War years. The corpus is still too meagre to constitute a separate genre, but with the Empire still writing back, it is hoped that the repression and suppression of past times will give way to works that address the real condition.
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