A Comprehensive, Annotated Bibliography on Mahatma Gandhi - Vol. 1

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Gandhian Bibliographies in Books on Gandhi
1. Bald, Suresht Renjen. Novelists and Political Consciousness: Literary Expression of Indian Nationalism 1919-1947. Foreword by Lloyd I. Rudolph. Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey: Humanities Press, 1982. Bibliography. Index. PK5423.B342 1982.

Using a broad range of sources, the author reveals the literary expression of Indian nationalism in the writings of novelists and politicians. The author explores a wide range of material including novels in English, Hindi, non- fiction writings, literary criticism, literary periodicals and magazines, and contemporary writings of Annie Besant, Gandhi and others. Very thoughtful listing of material on the political and philosophical dimensions of Indian nationalism.

2. Bhattacharya, Bhabani. Gandhi The Writer: The Image As It Grew. New Delhi, India: National Book Trust, 1969. viii, 328p. Appendix. Chronology. Some Works By Gandhi. References And Notes. Index. DS481.G3B444 1977.

Bibliographic essays that trace the evolution of Gandhi's ideology and persona. Great source for Gandhi's writings and Gandhian literature. The author uses a variety of primary sources including reports, letters, memoranda, documents, and books to study Gandhi's use of language and ideas.

3. Bhattacharyya, Sailendra Nath. Mahatma Gandhi The Journalist. Bombay: Asia Publishing House, 1965. x, [2], 195p. Bibliography. Institutions founded by Gandhi. Index. DS481.G3B45 1966.

Alphabetical listing by author of all Gandhian material referenced in this work. Many useful titles on the subject of journalism and Gandhi's own writings.

4. Borman, William. Critical Investigation of Mahatma Gandhi's Philosophy of Non- violence. Ph.D. dissertation. The City University of New York, New York, 1982.

The bibliography consists of three sections. The first section lists primary sources of Gandhi's writings, arranged alphabetically by title. The next section provides secondary sources and studies of Gandhi and his philosophy of non-violence. The final section cites works by others on related topics.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • I- Biographies 1
  • II- Books by Gandhi 155
  • III- The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi 243
  • IV- Prefaces and Forewords by Gandhi 265
  • V- Books Read by Gandhi 275
  • Bibliographic Source Materials 310A
  • VI- Gandhian Bibliographies 311
  • VII- Library Catalogs 319
  • VIII- Gandhian Bibliographies in Books on Gandhi 323
  • IV- Trade, National and General Bibliographies and Indexes 333
  • X- Periodical Sources 349
  • Author Index 351
  • Title Index 369
  • Subject Index 393
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