Out of India: An Anglo-Indian Childhood


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"I am truly a child of both countries and both cultures." Born to an Indian father and an English mother, Jamila Gavin's childhood was divided between two worlds. Her earliest memories are of India, where she lived in a crumbling palace built for a prince, and learned to steal sugar cane and suck mangoes. But she would spend much of her childhood in England, where she picked blackberries, got chilblains, and learned to recognise doodlebug bombs. And between the two there were unforgettable journeys, by bullock carts and ...

Out of India: An Anglo-Indian Childhood 2002, Hodder Children's Books, London

ISBN-13: 9780340854624

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