Exiled at Home: Comprising, At the Edge of Psychology, The Intimate Enemy, Creating a Nationality
This book brings together three of Ashis Nandy's most significant works--At the Edge of Psychology, The Intimate Enemy, and Creating a Nationality (co-authored with Shikha Trivedy, Shail Mayaram, and Achyut Yagnik). It is essential reading for social and political scientists, and all those interested in the complexities of Indian politics and culture.
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