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DATE

1984

AUTHORS

Francis M. Deng

ABSTRACT

Memories are one-dimensional, the reflection embedded in the mind of experience seen and heard then passed through the filters of inheritance and culture to remain. With age and reflection remembrance of things past becomes more distinct and often distorted. The trivial assumes importance far beyond the moment of its reality, the unpleasant is mellowed and frequently replaced by a belief in the goodness of man. And sometimes the opposite may take place. What remains is an image created by events, produced by memory, and passed on by the storyteller or his more pretentious rival, the historian. Yet, it is the collective memory of individuals which becomes history, but history too often stripped of the human experience which in fact actually shaped and executed the policies scholars seek to explain, often without reference to the human condition. In the Sudan, in the twentieth century, the British came to rule and have recorded their memories with the knowledge and humility that they were indeed one-dimensional. But there can be no rulers without the ruled, and in the end any attempt to delve into the remembrance of the governors would be incomplete without the memories of them by the governed. Thus, ‘In the Eyes of the Ruled’.1 More... »

PAGES

216-243

Book

TITLE

The British in the Sudan, 1898–1956

ISBN

978-1-349-06962-0
978-1-349-06960-6

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