“And he had soon become possessed with an overwhelming desire to live their life. He had been told they were sahibs, superior people. He had felt that to put on their clothes made one a sahib too. So he tried to copy them in everything, to copy them as well as he could in the exigencies of his peculiarly Indian circumstances (11)”
Anand, Mulk Raj. Untouchable. New York: Penguin Group, 1940. Print
Notes: Colonialism, out appearance is important to fit in. The importance of clothes. What people are willing to do to become superior, better.