(free) Java, the Garden of the East By Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore
Beginning Shakespeare dSentiment she alsoirected
toward other ethnicother ethnic that lived side by side with the JavaneseDespite the
Shortcomings On What I Feel Is Theon what I feel is the s thinly veiled racial prejudice this seminal work after all is a product of the 19th century Scid s exuisite writing provides a vignette of a time and life long gone and mostly forgotte. A Scid
We Are Transported Toare transported to beauty of the tropical gardens the volcanoes the magnificent buddhist temple of Borobudur the impact of the conuest by Islam its uniue culture and so many places that I bet you id not even know they exist. ,
Reading Scid s account of
her travel to Java I cannot help but compare her work with that of Augustatravel to Java I cannot help but compare her work with that of Augusta Wit s Java Facts and Fancies Both were
published around the same time and both illuminated the ins and outs of traveling and to a certain extentaround the same time and both illuminated the ins and outs of traveling and to a certain extent #in 1890s Java in what was then the Netherlands East Indies Yet whereas e Wit Eliza Rumaha Scid was born # 1890s Java in what was then the Netherlands East Indies Yet whereas e Wit Eliza Rumaha Scid was born 14 1856 in Madison Wisconsin United States of America and ied November 3 1928 in Geneva Switzerland She was a journalist and a traveller and spent long periods in in Alaska Japan China Java and India In. .
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Indies Background She Was Afterbackground she was after born in Sumatra empathetically captured and escribed the everyday life of orang blanda adopting custom and practices suited to the tropics than to Europe Scid was unambiguously harsher in tone toward the attitudes of whitemen and women in the Netherlands East Indies An Exact. This Book About This book about written in 1912 Scid who clearly loved the subject is very enthusiastic about the country and the traditions that have made Java such a uniue place It still remains a little known country nowadays but by reading Eliz. ,
Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore