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“To see wild India from the vantage point of an elephant’s back is thrilling. And what becomes of the rogue and the reasons for…
“Keay’s panoramic vision and multidisciplinary approach serves the function of all great historical writing. It illuminates the present.” —Thrity Umrigar, The Boston Globe
“A tour de force of heartrending reportage . . . which blends rigorous journalistic research with the narrative skills of a novelist. . ….
“Possibly the most perceptive book that I have come across on India since the British Raj ended.” –Pranay Gupte, The Washington Post