My Boyhood In Siam

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  • Title: My Boyhood In Siam
  • Author: Kumut Chandruang Kumut
  • ISBN: 9780233961910
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Hardcover
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  • In this charming little book Kumut Chandrung tells about his youth in Thailand at the start of the 20th century, when the country was still called Siam The book s charm lies in its unassuming, but loving memories, and its depictions of the Thai way of having a wedding, a funeral and other rituals During this period Thailand was quickly modernized, and an important reason for Kumut Chandrung to write his account seems to be the preservation of the way of life as it was back then Unfortunately, Ku [...]

  • If you expect this book to be a tale of an everyday Thai s life today, you ll be sorely disappointed It was written in1938 the edition I read was a 1940 one with thick pages and big print by a man who wrote parts of the book as he studied at University of California At the time he had been one of 75 Siamese students who had gone to the US for education His father was a noble with a middle high government position So, if you re expecting a tale of old Thai farm life, or an edgy Bangkok thriller, [...]

  • Dreamy the best way imaginable An evocation of life in Thailand 100 years ago by a charming young man who grew up seeing of his country and later, the world than most.The son of a Provincial Chief Justice, he travelled with his father, mother, father s other wives, and siblings to a variety of remote Thai Provinces usually by bullock cart or oared boat at a time when the King was still an absolute monarch.He was sponsored and named by a Thai Princess and spent time in and around the Palace Fell [...]

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