[These materials on the case of Lt. Kennedy have been adapted, with the permission of the author, from his course website. The author may be contacted at Rob.VanCraenenburg@rug.ac.be. GPL]

Introduction and Related Materials

  1. Introduction
  2. A Literary Reading of Kennedy's Case: Kennedy as Picaro
  3. A Postcolonial Reading of Kennedy's Case: Cultural Clash
  4. Wearing Native Clothing
  5. Colonial and Postcolonial Theory

The Letters and Other Materials

  1. Lt. R. C. Kennedy to Capt. Sinclair, Acting Asst. Adjudant General of the Army
  2. Col. E. Green, Adjudant General of the Army, to Lt. R. C. Kennedy
  3. Lt. R. C. Kennedy to the Editor of the Daily News
  4. Lt. R. C. Kennedy to Col. E. Green
  5. Adjudant's General's Office to Lt. R. C. Kennedy
  6. Examination of Lt. Kennedy taken by Major J. M. Taylor
  7. J. Brant to the Under-Secretary of State for India
  8. C. Wood to Governor in Council, Bombay
  9. Acting General of the Army to J. M. Taylor, Commanding Officer, 2nd Light Calvalry
  10. Major J. M. Taylor to Lt. R. C. Kennedy
  11. Lt. R.C. Kennedy to Major J. M. Taylor
  12. Extract from General Orders by his Excellency the Honorable the Governor in Council
  13. Lt. R. C. Kennedy to Col. T. Stock, Adjudant General of the Army
  14. Major T. Stock to C. R. Kennedy
  15. Captain C.F. Aitchison, Assistant Adjudant General, to C. R. Kennedy
  16. Major T. Stock to C. R. Kennedy, Late Lieutenant 2nd. Light Cavalry

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