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Baboe Dalima; Or, The Opium Fiend

By: M. T. H. Perelaer
Published By: Double9 Books
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"Baboe Dalima," written with the resource of M. T. H. Perelaer, is a gripping story that gives a glimpse into the complex and multifaceted global of the Dutch East Indies all through the nineteenth century. Set towards the backdrop of colonial Indonesia, this picture dives into the tricky internet of interactions between the Dutch colonizers and the indigenous inhabitants. The plot revolves around the principle lady, Baboe Dalima, and her hardships in a society characterized with the aid of cultural disputes and social hierarchy. The reader has a fuller information of the struggles, aspirations, and each day lifestyles of the Indonesian human beings at some stage in a duration of Dutch colonial manage through Baboe Dalima's eyes. M. T. H. Perelaer's writing is both sympathetic and perceptive, giving a detailed portrait of the characters as well as the cultural context in which they stay. The tale delves into questions of identity, social justice, and the human spirit's fortitude in the face of difficulty. "Baboe Dalima" isn't always only a gripping novel, but additionally a historic and cultural file that sheds mild at the Dutch East Indies' colonial information. Perelaer's artwork, praised for its authenticity and wealthy man or woman development, is a precious resource for readers inquisitive about the colonial adventure and members of the family among colonizers and colonized peoples sooner or later in Southeast Asian records.

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M. T. H. Perelaer

M. T. H. Perelaer (Maurits Theodoor H. Perelaer) become a Dutch writer born on August 4, 1831, and handed away on January 2, 1901. He is first-class recognised for his literary contributions, which ordinarily revolve round his firsthand reviews and observations as a colonial reputable inside the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). His works provide treasured insights into the complexities of lifestyles within the Dutch East Indies at some point of the nineteenth century. Perelaer's writing often explores the elaborate and multifaceted relationships between the Dutch colonizers and the indigenous humans of the Indonesian archipelago. One of his notable books, "Ran Away from the Dutch: Or, Borneo from South to North," is a journey-filled narrative that gives a unique attitude on the lifestyle and landscapes of Borneo. Another work, "Baboe Dalima; Or, The Opium Fiend," delves into the theme of addiction and the opium exchange in the place, dropping mild at the social and moral issues of the time. M. T. H. Perelaer's literary contributions are rather seemed for his or her ancient importance, as they offer readers with a glimpse into the colonial duration in Southeast Asia. His writings reflect both his very own experiences and a broader information of the complicated dynamics among colonial powers and indigenous populations.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 550Pages
  • ISBN-10:935995070X
  • ISBN-13:9789359950709
  • Item Weight: 825g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 30.0mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : History / General