The Trouser People

The Trouser People

Burma in the Shadows of the Empire

Book - 2012
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An unforgettable adventure story of two journeys, one hundred years apart, into the untravelled heart of Burma. Part travelogue, part history, part reportage, The Trouser People is an enormously appealing and vivid account of Sir George Scott, the unsung Victorian adventurer who hacked, bullied and charmed his way through uncharted jungle to help establish British colonial rule in Burma. Born in Scotland in 1851, Scott was a die-hard imperialist with a fondness for gargantuan pith helmets and a bluffness of expression that bordered on the Pythonesque. But, as Andrew Marshall discovered, he was also a writer and photographer of rare sensibility. He spent a lifetime documenting the tribes who lived in Burma's vast wilderness and is the author of The Burman, published in 1882 and still in print today.
Publisher: Bangkok :, River Books,, [2012]
Edition: Revised and updated edition
ISBN: 9786167339184
Branch Call Number: 959.103 MAR
Characteristics: 264 pages : illustrations, map ; 21 cm

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