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Burmese Day.

Title: Burmese Day.
Category: /History/Middle East History
Details: Words: 1355 | Pages: 5 (approximately 235 words/page)
Burmese Day.
Throughout the course of history, the acquisition and retention of both power and wealth have been the greatest priorities of mankind, that which has been surpassed by no other. However unwarranted or immoral it may seem, the power of the greatest nations of the world has always been drawn from the rape, pillage, and plunder of foreign lands deemed to be weaker and thus obsolete. Without the procurement of the wealth of others, some of …showed first 75 words of 1355 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1355 total…To support Veraswami or to cross him becomes a kind of litmus test for Flory's character. U Po Kyin, villain who tormented everyone, a man without any sympathy, a man who was known to be notorious throughout the town. Most of the turmoil, which occurred during the book can be traced back to U Po Kyin doings. Overall imperialism shaped the daily lives of both British and Burmese characters through racism, sexism and inequality. I

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