'In this English translation, Moon's story is usefully framed by apparatus necessary to bring its message to even those taking their first look at South Asian culture...The result is an easy to digest short-course on what it means to be a Dalit, in the words of one notable Dalit.'-Journal of Asian StudiesA Dalit Autobiography Vasant Moon, Gail Omvedt, Eleanor Zelliot. Baba opened his sunken eyes a little bit. Hollows had ... I had just studied Agarkara#39;s essays in college. They had left a great impres sion on my mind. ... and sent the barber home. That day Anutai fasted. I got the Hindi-Urdu novels of the revolutionary progressive writer Kushavaha Kant from Mahadevrao and sat reading them under a tree.
|Title||:||Growing up Untouchable in India|
|Author||:||Vasant Moon, Gail Omvedt, Eleanor Zelliot|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers - 2002-07-15|