Item Code: IDF230
by Ghulam Murshid,
Hardcover (Edition: 2003)
Oxford University Press
Size: 8.4" X 5.4"
Weight of the Book: 490 gms
Price: $32.50 Shipping Free
The Partition is probably the most cataclysmic event in the history of twentieth-century India. It has a profound impact on contemporary culture, literature, history and historiography.
The impression left on the minds of those who lived through those traumatic times persists to this day.
The essays include extracts from the speeches and writings of Azad, Jinnah, Gandhi and Nehru, memoirs of people who were actively involved in the politics of the time, and a short story of Saadat Hasan Manto.
About the Author:
Mushirul Hasan is Vice Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia. He is the author of Legacy of a Divided Nation: India's Muslims since Independence, Nationalism and Communal Politics in India, and more recently, From Pluralism to Separatism: Qasbas in Colonial Awadh.
Excerpts from Review:
'Few contemporary historians have studied the national movement, the role of nationalist Muslim leaders, their occasional disenchantment with the Congress leadership, with insights as sharp as Hasan's.'
- Saeed Naqvi
'Mushirul Hasan does not attempt to provide simplistic answers...but assembles a wide-ranging and fairly representative cross-section of different views to throw more light on these areas of controversy.'
- Stephen Rego
|General Editor's Preface||vii|
|An Extract from the Presidential Address of|
M.A. Jinnah-Lahore, March 1940
|An Extract from Presidential Address of|
Abul Kalam Azad-Ramgarh, december 1940
|Extracts from the Collected works of Mahatma Gandhi||69|
|An Extract from The Discovery of India|
|Muslims and Political Representation in Colonial India:|
The Making of Pakistan
|The High Politics of India's Partition:|
the Revisionist Perspective
|the Muslim Mass Contacts Campaign:|
Analysis of a Strategy of Political Mobilization
|Jinnah and the Pakistan Demand|
|Religious Leadership and the Pakistan Movement in the Punjab|
|The Growth of the Muslim League in the Punjab, 1937-46|
Ian A. Talbot
|Bengal Politics and the Muslim Masses, 1920-47|
|Divided Bengal: Problems of Nationalism and|
Identity in the 1947 Partition
Leonard A. Gordon
|The Illusion of Security: The Background to|
Muslim Separatism in the United Provinces
|'Communalism' in Princely India:|
The Case of Hyderabad, 1930-40
|Toba Tek Singh|
Saadat Hasan Manto [Translated by Khalid Hasan]
|The Partition of India in Retrospect|
Raja of Mahmudabad