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OBITUARY: RUTH MARY YOUNG

A correspondent writes:

RUTH MARY YOUNG, who died on 2 June, aged 90, could be described as a “child of the Raj”; yet she would not have seen herself in that way, even though she had been born in Delhi.

Her father was C. B. Young, Vice-Principal of St Stephen’s College, part of the University of Delhi, and a Shakespeare scholar. Her mother was Dr Ruth Young, a doctor who helped to set up the Maternity and Child Welfare Services of India, ...

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