Limning the Land : Social Encounters and Historical Meaning in Early Nineteenth -

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This article considers the importance of place of origin in two Persian travelogues that span a critical historical moment, the first three decades of the nineteenth century. At this time, the Persianate world was fractured and shrinking. British presence in the South Asian subcontinent was becoming unmistakably dominant, and, though newly unified under the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Kia2012LimningTL, title={Limning the Land : Social Encounters and Historical Meaning in Early Nineteenth -}, author={M. Moeni Kia and Raja Rammohan Roy}, year={2012} }