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INVESTIGATING THE NATURE OF GAZE IN AGNES KEITH’S LAND BELOW THE WIND

@inproceedings{Pakri2019INVESTIGATINGTN,
  title={INVESTIGATING THE NATURE OF GAZE IN AGNES KEITH’S LAND BELOW THE WIND},
  author={Mohamad Rashidi Mohd Pakri},
  year={2019}
}
Agnes Keith’s Land Below the Wind (1939) is an autobiographical semi-fictional novel written based on her life in Sandakan, North Borneo. It provides a detailed account of her joyful—but at times challenging— life with her husband and their cheerful local servants. Keith’s narrative is generally light-hearted and comical in nature adorned with cutting sarcasm hither and thither. Moreover, it also presents her openmindedness as well as her affection for the land where they lived and the people… 

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