The Ayah's Tale: a novella of British Colonial India PDF
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The Ayah's Tale: A Novella Of British Colonial India

In 1952, Menakshi walks into a Penang library during the rainy season. She discovers a book written by Julian Winslett, a British war hero and writer, who was a young boy she cared for while working as a 16-year-old nanny in Bengal. His book is about those old days, and features the two of them as named characters.The 1920s British Raj was an era of expansive homes and gardens, elegant rail travel...

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Publisher: Ikat Press (December 13, 2013)
Publication Date: December 13, 2013
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“I bought this eBook after hearing the author on local radio this morning, promoting her novel THE SLEEPING DICTIONARY, set in India before independence. She talked about this shorter novella as though it were an outtake from the longer work, and inde...”

and very strict divisions between Indians, Anglo-Indians and the British. For the rulers of India, it was a glorious period; but for Menakshi, it's a time she'd rather forget. She'd pushed away all her old feelings for Julian…but now they're back.As Menakshi reads Julian's book, she returns to a vanished world where luxury and deprivation co-exist in the same grand bungalow--and romance breaks all rules in the hills of Darjeeling and on the Bengal-Nagpur Railway. Menakshi's own recollections add suspense as his family heads toward rupture, and she is torn between loyalty toward the children and her own secret dreams.THE AYAH'S TALE is a 202-page novella by Sujata Massey, author of THE SLEEPING DICTIONARY, a longer novel set in British India that was published by Simon & Schuster in 2013. She is also the author of the contemporary Rei Shimura mystery novel series set in modern Japan, which starts with THE SALARYMAN'S WIFE.