Gandhi: Prisoner of Hope, Volume 21
The definitive biography of one of this century’s most important - and controversial - figures. Drawing on sources only recently made available, Judith M. Brown sketches a fresh and surprising portrait of Gandhi within the context of his time, in which the Indian leader emerges as neither a plaster saint nor a wily politician, but as a complex man whose actions followed honorably from his convictions.
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Review: Gandhi: Prisoner of HopeUser Review - Nidhi - Goodreads
This book gives an insightful account of not only Gandhi's life and times but also of Gandhi as a person. Considerable space is devoted to discussing his inner conflicts and his response to the socio-political conflicts. Read full review
Review: Gandhi: Prisoner of HopeUser Review - Michael - Goodreads
'm glad I read it. The author puts Gandhi's amazing, tough, confusing life together in a way that shows the way in which he was really constantly engaging in what he called experiments in truth ... Read full review
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