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Shall India Live Or Die

Author : Annie Besant
ISBN : 1494038390
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This is a new release of the original 1925 edition.
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Shall India Live Or Die

Author : Annie Besant
ISBN : UOM:39015048694593
Genre : Great Britain
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Category: Great Britain

Indian Critiques Of Gandhi

Author : Harold Coward
ISBN : 9780791485880
Genre : India
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Using feminist revisions of psychoanalytic thought and cultural studies, "Mothers, Lovers, and Others examines the pervasive role of the conception of the feminine in the short stories of Argentine writer Julio Cort Azar (1914-1984). Contending that his obsession with the mother is the source of CortAzar's uneasiness with femininity, Cynthia SchmidtCruz traces an evolution in his relationship to female space, from a convoluted and defensive posture to a more open and tolerant stance, paralleling his increasing political commitment. Schmidt-Cruz explores the role of gender in CortAzar's quest to reconcile his divided allegiance to Argentina and France, and his denunciation of the atrocities of the Argentine military dictatorship.
Category: India

Indian Government And Politics

Author : Mahendra Singh Rana
ISBN : UOM:39015037354944
Genre : Federal government
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Category: Federal government

Who Shall Live Who Shall Die

Author : Daniel Stern
ISBN : 9781480444164
Genre : Fiction
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Winner of the International Prix du Souvenir Award: A theater director and Holocaust survivor is confronted by a figure from his past Behind the lights and glamour of Broadway, two men reckon with a shared past—one that hides a terrible secret. Jud Kramer is mounting his most painful and personal play while trying to enjoy life with his beautiful actress wife and baby daughter. Into his life comes Carl Walkowitz, a brooding, charismatic drifter who bears the scars of his concentration camp past. One man lives in the past, and the other is holding tight to the present. Carl methodically pursues Jud until they find themselves on an empty stage, face to face in a struggle that only one of them can survive.
Category: Fiction

World Authors 1900 1950

Author : Martin Seymour-Smith
ISBN : UOM:39015038536051
Genre : Reference
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Provides almost 2700 articles on twentieth-century authors from all over the world who wrote in English or whose works are available in English translation.
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Alexander The Great In India

Author : Andrew Chugg
ISBN : 9780955679018
Genre : Greece
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The most influential account of the career of Alexander the Great was penned by Cleitarchus the son of Deinon, a Greek writing in Alexandria in the decades after Alexander's death. Most of the surviving ancient texts on Alexander were more or less based upon his work, but every single copy of the original was discarded or destroyed in antiquity. To what extent might it be possible to reconstruct it from the secondary writings? This book argues that a considerable degree of reconstruction is feasible and demonstrates the point by presenting a full reconstruction of Cleitarchus' version of Alexander's campaigns in India, the first time that this has been done. For more details see also www.alexanderstomb.com.
Category: Greece

A Comprehensive History Of India

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ISBN : 8120725069
Genre : India
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This book is primarily meant for the general public and the students, who desire to understand the history and culture of their country. Though a general work encompassing historical, cultural, economic, political and administrative features, the book is none the less authentic and authoritative. A Comprehensive History of India is the product of a joint venture undertaken by a group of historians who do not go by conformist views but by critical, objective and analytical assessment of events and developments in accordance with the methodical discipline of scientific research.
Category: India

The North American Indian

Author : Edward S. Curtis
ISBN : UCSD:31822016730640
Genre : Indians of North America
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Concerning Alexander The Great A Reconstruction Of Cleitarchus

Author : Andrew Chugg
ISBN : 9780955679087
Genre : History
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The most influential account of the career of Alexander the Great was penned by Cleitarchus in the decades after Alexander's death. Most of the surviving ancient texts on Alexander were based upon his work, but every copy of the original was destroyed in antiquity. Now the entire book has been revived in an exciting reconstruction based upon an in-depth analysis of the surviving ancient works that it inspired. Here you will find Alexander revealed in a startling new light as a very human and believable individual, who drives and is then driven by a momentous cascade of events. Here you can rediscover the oldest and also the most authentic literary portrait of the king spanning all thirteen years of his reign.
Category: History

Modern Indian Political Thought

Author : Bidyut Chakrabarty
ISBN : 9789352801893
Genre : Political Science
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In contrast to the existing literature on the subject, this book carries a context-driven conceptualization of the major strands of political thought that emerged in India in the past two centuries. It focuses on India's peculiar socio-political processes under colonialism that influenced the evolution of such thoughts. The distinguishing feature of this book is its linking of the text of Indian political thought with the context. In doing so, it challenges the ethno-centric interpretation of nationalism that despite its roots in western Enlightenment, evolved differently because of the context in which it was articulated.
Category: Political Science