Lost Letters and Feminist History
In the 1920s, amidst the upheaval of the Indian national movement and its sustained resistance to British rule, Mohandas K. Gandhi and the prominent Indian nationalist and feminist Sarala Devi Chaudhurani developed an intense but short-lived association. For over a year, they communicated with each other via letters that were both politically charged and personally insightful. In Lost Letters and Feminist History, Geraldine Forbes presents this previously unexplored correspondence, placing them in the political context of their time.
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