Provides a new and exciting look into the burgeoning capital of the Raj in the nineteenth century. Chattopadhyay powerfully weaves together architecture, space, and culture to describe a city of `blurred boundaries', in which British and Bengali each play a part in the creation of a distinctively colonial culture.
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Title: Representing Calcutta: modernity, nationalism, and the colonial uncanny
Author: Chattopadhyay, Swati
ISBN 13: 9780415343596
ISBN 10: 0415343593
Pages etc.: Reprint of 2005: xvi,314p., (83)ill., ind., 23cm.
Place of publication: New York
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