The Young Brahmin's Story;  Or, The Confessions Of Bihàrì Làl, Tr. By S.m.s. Clarke by Auguste Glardon

The Young Brahmin's Story; Or, The Confessions Of Bihàrì Làl, Tr. By S.m.s. Clarke

byAuguste Glardon

Paperback | February 12, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 Excerpt: ... PLANS FOR THE FUTURE. 83 cost our enemy his life? Should you think, father, that it would be fatal to him?" '" No, my son, I do not suppose so. People are not so easily killed; but I can comprehend your horror on seeing for the first time a man fall by your hand. It is a sad sight when fellow-creatures, who ought to help each other, only add to the inevitable sufferings of this life by their own malignity and revenge. It is enough to disgust the wise man with society, and to drive him for ever to the wilds of the jungle." '"Like Uncle Matao you mean, do you not, father?" cried my brother, with a softened air. '" Yes, dear child, like Uncle Matao, whom may Ram protect, if he be still alive. When I named you after him, it was not without a secret hope that, born under the same star, you would, like him, seek in the depths of the forests your own happiness, and that of your family. But you do not show much inclination for such a mode of life." 'With these words he patted my brother's shoulder kindly, and added, smiling: '"After all, I do not know what I should do without you." 'Matao drew himself up with childish pride, exclaiming: '" Especially now that Bihari will be"--He stopped short, as though he felt that he ought not to have spoken, and looked at us all in turn without saying anything further 'My father spoke for him: '" Do not be afraid to complete your sentence, Matao; when Bihari will be--with Balmukand Lal." '" What do you mean?" I cried. '" Do not be startled, my son. We decided in your absence, that as we are forced to quit this place, we will go to Jaipur. You have often heard me speak of that great town, where the people of our caste are always well received, especially the Vishnuites, who are held in great honour by the rajah. If I were a prie...

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Title:The Young Brahmin's Story; Or, The Confessions Of Bihàrì Làl, Tr. By S.m.s. ClarkeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:74 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.15 inPublished:February 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217966195

ISBN - 13:9780217966191

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