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A Princess's Pilgrimage
It documents a process by which notions of the self could be redefined against a Muslim "other" and the way in which Arabia was constructed by a colonial subject as a part of discourse about "the Orient".
—The Asian Age,January 2008
…Siobhan Lambert-Hurley's introduction becomes invaluable. Lambert-Hurley does an excellent job of placing the Begum in her time and explaining the circumstances within which she was operating, and to whom her words were addressed.
—Tehelka, , September 2007
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