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The flaming feet and other essays
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Chiefly with reference to Karnataka, India.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -250) and index.
|Statement||D.R. Nagaraj ; edited by Prithvi Datta Chandra Shobhi and with a foreword by Ashis Nandy|
|Contributions||Shobhi, Prithvi Datta Chandra|
|LC Classifications||DS422.C3 N25 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 254 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||254|
|LC Control Number||2010347338|
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Contents Foreword to the Second Edition () ix Preface to the First Edition () xxi Editorial Note and Acknowledgements xxiii Introduction: Khadgavagali Kavya 1 (Let Poetry Become [a] Sword) THE FLAMING FEET AND OTHER ESSAYS: THE DALIT MOVEMENT IN INDIA PART I: GANDHI AND AMBEDKAR 19 1 Self-Purification vs Self-Respect: On the Roots of The Flaming Feet and Other Essays - Kindle edition by D.R.
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Described by Ashis Nandy as the foremost non-Brahmin intellectual to emerge from Indias vast non-English speaking world, Brand: Permanent Black. Two imagined voices suddenly pipe up midway through The Flaming Feet, the Kannada intellectual DR Nagaraj’s book of essays on the history of the Dalit movement in India, and they turn out to be none other than those of the principal protagonists of the book: BR Ambedkar and Mahatma once we, as early twenty-first century readers, see them.
Originally published as: Flaming feet: a study of the Dalit movement in India, published by South Forum Press in association with Institute for Cultural Research and Action, Bangalore, Description: xxviii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: The flaming feet and other essays: the Dalit movement in India --Part 1.
Gandhi and Ambedkar --Part 2. Originally published as: Flaming feet: a study of the Dalit movement in India, published by South Forum Press in association with Institute for Cultural Research and Action, Bangalore, Related Work Nāgarāj, Ḍi.
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