The First Indian Author in English: Dean Mahomed (1759-1851) in India, Ireland, and England
This book makes accessible the work of the first Indian to write and publish in English, Dean Mahomed (1759-1851). It also provides a detailed life-history of Dean Mahomed, together with related historical analyses and assessments. His book, The Travels of Dean Mohamet [sic], is reprinted here for the first time since its publication in 1794.
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A Text and a Life
Republication of The Travels of Dean Mahomet
The World of EighteenthCentury India
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