Black and White: The "Anglo-indian" Identity in Recent English Fiction
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Bryan was born into an Anglo-Indian family in 1952. His schooling was completed in 1968, exclusively in Anglo-Indian schools, which, up to that point in time at least, were identifiably Anglo-Indian . Growing up with an us/them attitude, the issue was not a real problem until early research work in the field of British Fiction on India brought to Bryan's notice the unchanging negative profiling of the Anglo-Indian in books on the theme. Full-fledged research on the Anglo-Indian identity ( which culminated in a PhD from the University of Madras in 2010) threw up the picture of a minimal human species that combined the worst traits of East and West. Since Kipling's refrain was so blindly More...
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