A Comprehensive, Annotated Bibliography on Mahatma Gandhi: Biographies, works by Gandhi, and bibliographical sources

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1995 - History - 401 pages

The first of three volumes, this comprehensive bibliography of more than 2,200 entries includes all English-language biographies of Gandhi, writings by Gandhi, and bibliographic sources. A unique aspect of the work is a section on books read by Gandhi, a useful list for those seeking insight on Gandhi. Pandiri has carefully examined the titles included and, unlike many earlier bibliographers, he has annotated all of Gandhi's voluminous writings. He also provides in-depth descriptive and evaluative annotations for the other works, noting content, scope, authority, use, and historical significance.

A vital reference tool for scholars and researchers, this volume is the first comprehensive Gandhian bibliography since 1974. In addition to in-depth annotations, the entries include full bibliographic information. Many of the entries also include review notes of the work. Full indexes make the material easily accessible. Forthcoming volumes will include books on Gandhian topics and articles about Gandhi and Gandhian topics.

 

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Contents

Biographies
xv
Books by Gandhi
149
The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi
237
Prefaces and Forewords by Gandhi
259
Books Read by Gandhi
269
BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCE MATERIALS
305
Gandhian Bibliographies
307
Library Catalogs
313
Gandhian Bibliographies in Books on Gandhi
317
Trade National and General Bibliographies and Indexes
327
Periodical Sources
343
Author Index
345
Title Index
363
Subject Index
387
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ANANDA M. PANDIRI is Associate Librarian at Hilton C. Buley Library, Southern Connecticut State University. Before moving to the United States in 1973, he was an attorney in Madras, India.

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