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Articles > 2013 > 15 February > Reviews > Book reviews >

With Bible and BCP in Burma

A missionary family's  zeal recorded here, says Bernard Palmer

Bewitched by Burma: A unique insight into Burma's complex past
Anne Carter
Matador £9.99
Church Times Bookshop £9 (Use code CT181 )

BURMA is often in the news now- adays, thanks largely to the activities and charismatic personality of Aung San Suu Kyi. The Burma of this book is a very different country - Burma in the days of the British Raj.

The author's father, Charles Garrad, ...

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