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Jane McCabe. Race, Tea and Colonial Resettlement. Imperial Families, Interrupted. Bloomsbury Press, London [etc.] 2017. xvii, 253 pp. Ill. £65.00. (E-book: £56.16.)

  • Samita Sen (a1)
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1 Lionel Caplan, Children of Colonialism: Anglo-Indians in a Postcolonial World (Oxford, 2001); Alison Blunt, Domicile and Diaspora: Anglo-Indian Women and the Spatial Politics of Home (Oxford, 2005); and Sudarshana Sen, Anglo-Indian Women in Transition: Pride, Prejudice and Predicament (Singapore, 2017).

2 Indrani Chatterjee, ‘Colouring Subalternity: Slaves, Concubines and Social Orphans under the East India Company’, in G. Badra. G. Prakash and S. Taru (eds), Subaltern Studies X: Writings on South Asian History and Society (New Delhi, 1999), pp. 49–97.

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