The Hill of Devi
Harcourt Trade Publishers, 1953 - 267 pages
The author's experiences as private secretary to a brilliant young Maharajah. Forster creates a complex portrait of a true ruler. Photographs.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - knotbox - LibraryThing
E. M. Forster, Morgan to his friends, sits down after WWII and puts together this slim volume collecting letters and remembrances of two visits to India. In 1912 he is introduced to the Maharajah of ... Read full review
THE HILL OF DEVIUser Review - Kirkus
A collection of letters, recording Forster's remembrances of India and written during his visits in 1912-13 and again in 1921 when he served briefly as secretary to the Maharajah of Dewas. Not only do ... Read full review