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The narration in Burmese Days is third-person omniscient. Although mostly neutral, the narrator occasionally casts judgment on characters' racist attitudes.
Burmese Days is written in the past tense.
The novel's action takes place in upper Burma (now Myanmar) in the town of Kyauktada, a fictionalized version of Katha. The characters spend their days trying to stave off boredom and loneliness by drinking to excess and meeting up in their shabby European Club.
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