As a prince who was being groomed to ascend the seat of the state royal household, TC’s vengeance towards The Pangkor Treaty and writing of his motherland’s history and his race now seemed in limbo. He was an educated young man who understood the meaning of the coexistence of a ruler and his subjects. The moment destiny wrenched him to the Mental Hospital, his universe immediately changed. Fortunately, his unexpected friendship with Haji The Nering Tree, Dr. Uzai, Sister Yuria, Gina, Arbakyah and Abang Topi vave him the true meaning of life. TC loved his race and his motherland. His dreams were not about the palace, but on the other hand hovered around the villages – on the thatch – roofed houses and the river. And TC also loved his Sharifah Atikah, a faithful village lass. Only when his body was entrapped in his new found world, did he realize that in the palace also existed dishonesty and treachery, with all its intrigue. Could TC be able to settle his score with The Pangkor Treaty 1874 which according to him was the black spot in the history of his race? Tree of Sorrow is a subtle neohistoricism text that courageously placed a precondition to the writing of the history of the Malays.
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