A Servant of Slaves: The Life of Henriette Delille

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Philip Ball observes, "men talk more about objects, and women more about relationships." ("Computer Program") Consider the examples in this article as reference marks at the ends of the spectrum. These writers reflect the multilingual nature of India — with Bengali, Marathi, Kan- nada, and English being the primary- languages employed — and the multi- cultural makeup of its Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, and Christian populace. The amulet gives her the power of understanding the character and inten- tions of those she meets and allows her to survive both capture by enemy troops and the threat of rape from men fighting on her own side.

Pages: 224

Publisher: The Crossroad Publishing Company (February 1, 2003)

ISBN: 0824519981

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