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28-10-2010

Thanks for your comments

Thanks for your comments Hemant. About Silver's caste - the intention nowhere has been to put him or the caste down. He actually comes across as a very strong character in the book. Part of the idea behind his caste is to make him singular and an outlier in a sense like Tanu and hence their natural bonding with each other.

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