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'Superb. . . a vivid and richly detailed story . . . the greatest virtue of this disturbingly enjoyable

book is perhaps less the questions it answers than the new ones it provokes about where

corporations fit into the world, both then and now. . . Dalrympleâ€s book [is] worth reading by

everyone.' - The New York Times Book Review'As William Dalrymple shows in his rampaging,

brilliant, passionate history, 'The Anarchy,' the East India Co. was the most advanced capitalist

organization in the world . . . Mr. Dalrymple gives us every sword-slash, every scam, every groan

and battle cry. He has no rival as a narrative historian of the British in India. 'The Anarchy' is not

simply a gripping tale of bloodshed and deceit, of unimaginable opulence and intolerable

starvation. It is shot through with an unappeasable moral passion.' - The Wall Street Journal'An

enlightening and entertaining tour of the history of the British East India Company.' - New York

Journal of Books'[An] expert account of the rise of the first great multinational corporation.' - Kirkus

Reviews'Splendid . . . Dalrympleâ€s book is an excellent example of popular

history―engaging, readable, and informative.' - National Review'It is difficult to read The

Anarchy, published in the United States on Sept. 10, without being struck by how timely it feels,

how surprisingly of the moment. An epic of 576 pages in all, it serves as a reminder that early

capitalism was just as perverse, predatory, and single-minded in its pursuit of profit as its muchderided

late-model equivalent.' - The Daily Beast'Dalrymple is a marvelous storyteller. . . . He

creates a ‘you are there†environment for the reader that makes the book hard to put

down.' - Washington Independent Review of Books'William Dalrympleâ€s The Anarchy makes

sense of the E.I.C. and the political and economic conditions that enabled its curious ascent. . .

[Dalrymple] navigates the teeming current of events smoothly, here gliding forward, there slowing

to study the view.' - Airmail'In his latest book, The Anarchy, Dalrymple recounts the remarkable

history of the East India Company from its founding in 1599 to 1803 when it commanded an army

twice the size of the British Army and ruled over the Indian subcontinent. . . . Itâ€s a hell of a

story.' - Marginal Revolution'Mr. Dalrymple sails through this story in fine style. . . . The reader will

find plenty that echoes in modern India.' - The Economist William Dalrymple is the author of nine

books about India and the Islamic world, including Return of a King, which won the Hemingway

Award and was shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson, PEN Hessell-Tiltman, and Duff Cooper Prizes.

He writes regularly for the New Yorker, the New York Review of Books, and the Guardian and is


one of the founders and a codirector of the Jaipur Literature Festival.

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