Autobiography, travel and postnational identity: Gandhi, Nehru and Iqbal

Majeed, Javed

₹ 1350.00

The book examines Gandhi's stage fright and shyness as part of a larger gender politics and discusses the politics of translation and truthfulness in his reading of the Gita Bringing together life-writing, travel-writing and postcolonial studies, this book argues that concepts of travel were crucial to the way Gandhi, Nehru and Iqbal articulated selfhood in their life-writing.

ISBN 13: 9789384082239

ISBN 10: 9384082236

Year: 2014

Language: ENGLISH

Pages etc.: viii+328p., bib., ind., 25cm.

Binding: Hardbound

Subject(s): History, Literature ENGLISH

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