Gandhi: voice of a new age revolution

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Continuum, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 424 pages
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The love of nonviolence and peace most intimately associated with Mahatma Ghandi in large part has its origins in his youthful encounter, in London, with a climate of ideas often called the New Age. This important biography connects Ghandi's development with the New Age and investigates his many personal relationships with others in the movement. Illustrations.

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In a penetrating retelling of the life of the gentle Indian revolutionary, Green (Prophets of a New Age, 1992, etc.) attributes Gandhi's peculiar brand of saintly political activism to his contact, as ... Read full review

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Charlatan or saint? Placing Gandhi at one extreme or the other has never been difficult. Green's intellectual biography places him firmly with Jesus Christ and Buddha--and with Tolstoy, Annie Besant ... Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Green is Professor of English at Tufts University.

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