Again (The Deve Feund Ne Peace-1945) a critique of the medieval quality of British imperialism in dealing with the intellectual awakening of India. But also once again, a loosely knit plot, rather colorless characterization makes this of unlikely reader appeal for an American audience. A young Eurasian doctor, his adopted Indian sister, and their friends, the family of the Indian Congressional representative in their district, struggle against the stupid mentality of the British Civil Service. The time covers the four or five years before England declared war on Germany in World War II. Intelligent, politically, socially, but limited in its appeal.