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Collaborators or Conformists

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The British – Indian Editors of Bombay and other address

His three speeches based on his deep study about the editorial team in past with rare information and photographs

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The world of the “Anglo-India” holds interest for historians and laymen alike. As the seed period of the Indian Renaissance and the aftereffects the British rule in India during the 19′ and the early 20th centuries is constantly being investigated and studied to fill the smallest historical gap and events are being interpreted and reinterpreted. This collection offers not only vignettes and evidences from that period, but also captures moments in times of the era that has shaped and defined the present day western Maharashtra. The erstwhile Bombay Presidency is the field of the author’s particular interest and he discusses in this book newspaper editors, novelists and scholars of the Bombay Presidency. His informative yet informal style of acquainting the reader with the theoretical underpinnings of local history shows that he bears scholarship lightly. The style is at once appealing and engrossing.

  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Reading age: 18 and above
  • ISBN: 978-93-5156-688-5

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Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 24.2 × 14 × 2 cm




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