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Gandhi Before India Books

  • Autor: Professorial Fellow Ramachandra Guha
  • Editor: Vintage
  • Relaese Date: 03 February 2015
  • ISBN: 030747478X
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • Number of page: 704 pages
  • File Size: 38MB
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Description Gandhi Before India de Professorial Fellow Ramachandra Guha:

A "New York Times "Notable Book and a "San Francisco Chronicle" Best Book of the Year A revelatory work of biography, "Gandhi Before India" is an illuminating portrait of the life, the work, and the historical context of one of the most abidingly influential--and controversial--men in modern history. From Gandhi's birth in 1869, through his upbringing in Gujarat and his years as a student in London, to his two decades as a lawyer and community organizer in South Africa, acclaimed author Ramachandra Guha brings the past to light with extraordinary grace and clarity. Drawing on a wealth of newly uncovered materials, "Gandhi Before India" strips away the myths that have sprung up around the Mahatma to uncover the remarkable story of how Gandhi came of age abroad, and how he set the stage for his return to India. Ramachandra Guha has taught at Yale and Stanford universities, the University of Oslo, the Indian Institute of Science, and the London School of Economics. His books include a pioneering environmental history, an award-winning social history of cricket, and the award-winning "India After Gandhi. "He writes regularly on social and political issues for the British and Indian press, including columns in "The Telegraph "and the "Hindustan Times, "and his work has also appeared in "The New York Times." He lives in Bangalore.


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