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真的像4.5，只是纯色的糖果。 对居民的采访令人鼓舞和大开眼界。 这些照片是日常生活中的大部分地方，大部分都是小小的，但对于中等大小的家庭来说，照片太多了。 这实际上是一本关于人们如何使用房屋的书，并为您提供了人们在这方面做得很好的直观示例。
Sahibs' India is a glimpse into the various aspects of life of the British Raj. A well-researched book full of intrigue and wonder, it may be divided in two parts - the first being an observation of their scandalous lives rife with debauchery as they reveled in the luxury (over a 100 servants to a British couple) that the Jewel in the Crown offered them, affluent, comfortable and hedonistic lifestyles that would never be tolerated back home. The second lays more stress on the different facets of life in India such as the stifling heat, local society and its fragments, detailed accounts of encounters with magicians with appalling tricks, sadhus, foreseeing brahmins amongst others. With various paintings, a few dated photographs as well as several poems and quotes from colonial literature and journals to illustrate the text, Sahibs' India is a rich source of information and acts as an insightful guide into the lives of the oppressors we don't really know all that much of (the Divide and Conquer rule doesn't count). It takes us into the mind of the 'sahib', exposing his more humane side, bringing to light his admiration and awe of the mysticism of India, its rich cultural heritage and traditions now almost extinct (such as the nautch parties). The last chapter has a list of sahibs and a succinct biography of each - when they sailed to India and how successfully they adapted there, marrying Indian women and blending into society. As an Indian and a product of my country's education system, I heartily wish I'd read something like this back in school to make the Indian history textbooks a little less dreary to study from.