The Golden Calm - An English Lady's Life in Moghul Delhi

By: KAY, M.M. [edited by]

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New York: The Viking Press, 1980. Publishers original red leatherette boards with gilt motif and decoration to front cover and gilt lettering to spine. Dustwrapper: clipped, light shelf wear to edges however now protected in Brodart. Red illustrated endpapers, no inscriptions. 217pp. plus 3pp index, profusely illustrated with over 110 full colour facsimile pages of diary entries and plates - Dehlie Book. Pages clean and bright in firm binding. Emily Annie Theophila Metcalf, the eldest daughter of Sir Thomas Metcalf, was born at Meerut in the North West Provinces, India, in 1830. Her earliest recollections were of the family home in Delhi, where she spent most of her childhood until the age of five, when she was sent home to England; she was not to return to India until early in 1848, when she was seventeen. Just over two years later, at the age of nineteen, she married Sir Edward Clive Bayley in Delhi. Her reminiscences, skillfully edited by M.M. Kaye, provide a sparkling account of a young lady growing to maturity amid the flamboyant finery of the dying Moghul Empire. Through her eyes we see a world fascinatingly remote from our own in terms of both space and time.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Fine/Very Good/Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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