Triumph of Will, Sonia Gandhi
Tara-India Research Press, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 327 pages
This book is a political story. It is not a conventional biography since it does not concern itself with the life of its subject, Sonia Gandhi until she became relevant politically. It is a narrative about Sonia Gandhi the politician and before that, Sonia Gandhi the political entity around whose silence the Congress party and its politics revolved.
While Sonia Gandhi is central to this work, it is the events and episodes, which have guided and created politics in India over the last decade and a half, that form the bedrock of this book. Naturally it is hard to argue that without the cause of Rajiv Gandhis assassination and subsequent decline in the Congress Partys fortunes there might not have been the effect of Sonia Gandhi taking to politics in the first place.
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