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Halt in the Desert

c. 1845. Richard Dadd, writes Dalrymple, was alive to 'the beauty of the world and (incidentally) to the dignity of the people through whose lands he had traveled. It would take an Edward Said to see anything other than admiration'

c. 1845. Richard Dadd, writes Dalrymple, was alive to ‘the beauty of the world and (incidentally) to the dignity of the people through whose lands he had travelled. It would take an Edward Said to see anything other than admiration’