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Sugata Bose (Author)

His Majesty’s Opponent: Subhas Chandra Bose and India’s Struggle Against Empire

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In this definitive and critically acclaimed biography of one of the most controversial of Indian freedom fighters, Professor Sugata Bose analyzes Subhas Chandra Bose’s life and legacy, tracing the intellectual impact of his years in Calcutta and Cambridge, the ideas and relationships that influenced him during his time in exile and his ascent to the peak of nationalist politics. Using previously unpublished family archives, this account not only documents Subhas Bose’s thoughts during his imprisonment and travels, but also illuminates the profundity of his struggle to unite the diversities of India, religious, economic, linguistic, into a single independent nation.

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In this definitive and critically acclaimed biography of one of the most controversial of Indian freedom fighters, Professor Sugata Bose analyzes Subhas Chandra Bose’s life and legacy, tracing the intellectual impact of his years in Calcutta and Cambridge, the ideas and relationships that influenced him during his time in exile and his ascent to the peak of nationalist politics. Using previously unpublished family archives, this account not only documents Subhas Bose’s thoughts during his imprisonment and travels, but also illuminates the profundity of his struggle to unite the diversities of India, religious, economic, linguistic, into a single independent nation.

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Format Paperback
ISBN-10 9780143420279
ISBN-13 978-0143420279
Release Date 21 Jan 2013
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