India's bandit queen: the true story of Phoolan Devi

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Harvill, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 254 pages
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I have not read this book or watched her film "Bandit Queen" but after viewing his profile in wikipedia and reading her story, I came to conclusion that she was the most powerful and strong lady at her time who take her revenge from the rapists of high.society. I pray every girl be strong and brave like her...  

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Though violent, this story gave an exceptional insight into the prejudices and difficulties for women in rural India. Read full review

Contents

Eve of Surrender
1
The Road to Gwalior
9
Meeting Phoolan Devi
18

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