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An autobiography : the story of my experiments with truth

Auteur : Gandhi, Mahatma; Mahadev H Desai
Éditeur : Boston : Beacon Press, ©1993.
Édition/format :   Livre : Biographie : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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Portrays the life of Gandhi, describes the development of his nonviolent political protest movement, and discusses his religious beliefs.
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Genre/forme : Biography
Format – détails additionnels : Online version:
Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948.
Gandhi, an autobiography.
Boston : Beacon Press, 1993
(OCoLC)608407743
Personne nommée : Gandhi, Mahatma; Gandhi, Mahatma
Type d’ouvrage : Biographie
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Gandhi, Mahatma; Mahadev H Desai
ISBN : 0807059099 9780807059098 0606304967 9780606304962
Numéro OCLC : 28067049
Notes : Cover title: Gandhi, an autobiography.
Includes index.
Originally published: 1957.
Description : xxix, 528 p. ; 21 cm.
Contenu : Chapter I Birth and Parentage 3 --
Chapter II Childhood 6 --
Chapter III Child Marriage 8 --
Chapter IV Playing the Husband 11 --
Chapter V At the High School 14 --
Chapter VI A Tragedy 19 --
Chapter VIII Stealing and Atonement 25 --
Chapter IX My Father's Death and My Double Shame 28 --
Chapter X Glimpses of Religion 31 --
Chapter XI Preparation for England 35 --
Chapter XII Outcaste 39 --
Chapter XIII In London at Last 42 --
Chapter XIV My Choice 45 --
Chapter XV Playing the English Gentleman 48 --
Chapter XVI Changes 52 --
Chapter XVII Experiments in Dietetics 55 --
Chapter XVIII Shyness My Shield 59 --
Chapter XIX The Canker of Untruth 63 --
Chapter XX Acquaintance with Religions 67 --
Chapter XXII Narayan Hemchandra 72 --
Chapter XXIII The Great Exhibition 76 --
Chapter XXIV 'Called'--But Then? 78 --
Chapter XXV My Helplessness 81 --
Chapter I Raychandbhai 87 --
Chapter II How I Began Life 90 --
Chapter III The First Case 93 --
Chapter IV The First Shock 96 --
Chapter V Preparing for South Africa 100 --
Chapter VI Arrival in Natal 102 --
Chapter VII Some Experiences 105 --
Chapter VIII On the Way to Pretoria 109 --
Chapter IX More Hardships 113 --
Chapter X First Day in Pretoria 118 --
Chapter XI Christian Contacts 122 --
Chapter XII Seeking Touch with Indians 125 --
Chapter XIII What It Is to Be A 'Coolie' 128 --
Chapter XIV Preparation for the Case 131 --
Chapter XV Religious Ferment 135 --
Chapter XVI Man Proposes, God Disposes 138 --
Chapter XVII Settled in Natal 141 --
Chapter XVIII Colour Bar 145 --
Chapter XIX Natal Indian Congress 148 --
Chapter XX Balasundaram 153 --
Chapter XXI The [pound] 3 Tax 155 --
Chapter XXII Comparative Study of Religions 158 --
Chapter XXIII As a Householder 162 --
Chapter XXIV Homeward 165 --
Chapter XXV In India 168 --
Chapter XXVI Two Passions 172 --
Chapter XXVII The Bombay Meeting 175 --
Chapter XXVIII Poona and Madras 178 --
Chapter XXIX 'Return Soon' 180 --
Chapter I Rumblings of the Storm 185 --
Chapter II The Storm 188 --
Chapter III The Test 191 --
Chapter IV The Calm After the Storm 196 --
Chapter V Education of Children 199 --
Chapter VI Spirit of Service 202 --
Chapter VII Brahmacharya--I 204 --
Chapter VIII Brahmacharya--II 208 --
Chapter IX Simple Life 212 --
Chapter X The Boer War 214 --
Chapter XI Sanitary Reform and Famine Relief 217 --
Chapter XII Return to India 219 --
Chapter XIII In India Again 222 --
Chapter XIV Clerk and Bearer 225 --
Chapter XV In the Congress 227 --
Chapter XVI Lord Curzon's Darbar 229 --
Chapter XVII A Month with Gokhale--I 231 --
Chapter XVIII A Month with Gokhale--II 233 --
Chapter XIX A Month with Gokhale--III 236 --
Chapter XX In Benares 239 --
Chapter XXI Settled in Bombay? 243 --
Chapter XXII Faith on Its Trial 246 --
Chapter XXIII To South Africa Again 249 --
Chapter I 'Love's Labour's Lost'? 255 --
Chapter II Autocrats from Asia 257 --
Chapter III Pocketed the Insult 259 --
Chapter IV Quickened Spirit of Sacrifice 262 --
Chapter V Result of Introspection 264 --
Chapter VI A Sacrifice to Vegetarianism 267 --
Chapter VII Experiments in Earth and Water Treatment 269 --
Chapter VIII A Warning 271 --
Chapter IX A Tussle with Power 274 --
Chapter X A Sacred Recollection and Penance 276 --
Chapter XI Intimate European Contacts 279 --
Chapter XII European Contacts (Contd.) 282 --
Chapter XIII 'Indian Opinion' 285 --
Chapter XIV Coolie Locations or Ghettoes? 287 --
Chapter XV The Black Plague--I 290 --
Chapter XVI The Black Plague--II 292 --
Chapter XVII Location in Flames 295 --
Chapter XVIII The Magic Spell of a Book 297 --
Chapter XIX The Phoenix Settlement 300 --
Chapter XX The First Night 302 --
Chapter XXI Polak Takes the Plunge 304 --
Chapter XXII Whom God Protects 306 --
Chapter XXIII A Peep into the Household 310 --
Chapter XXIV The Zulu 'Rebellion' 313 --
Chapter XXV Heart Searchings 315 --
Chapter XXVI The Birth of Satyagraha 318 --
Chapter XXVII More Experiments in Dietetics 320 --
Chapter XXVIII Kasturbai's Courage 322 --
Chapter XXIX Domestic Satyagraha 325 --
Chapter XXX Towards Self-Restraint 328 --
Chapter XXXI Fasting 330 --
Chapter XXXII As Schoolmaster 333 --
Chapter XXXIII Literary Training 335 --
Chapter XXXIV Training of the Spirit 338 --
Chapter XXXV Tares Among the Wheat 340 --
Chapter XXXVI Fasting as Penance 342 --
Chapter XXXVII To Meet Gokhale 344 --
Chapter XXXVIII My Part in the War 346 --
Chapter XXXIX A Spiritual Dilemma 348 --
Chapter XL Miniature Satyagraha 351 --
Chapter XLI Gokhale's Charity 355 --
Chapter XLII Treatment of Pleurisy 357 --
Chapter XLIII Homeward 359 --
Chapter XLIV Some Reminiscences of the Bar 361 --
Chapter XLV Sharp Practice? 363 --
Chapter XLVI Clients Turned Co-Workers 365 --
Chapter XLVII How a Client Was Saved 367 --
Chapter I The First Experience 373 --
Chapter II With Gokhale in Poona 375 --
Chapter III Was it a Threat? 377 --
Chapter IV Shantiniketan 380 --
Chapter V Woes of Third Class Passengers 383 --
Chapter VI Wooing 385 --
Chapter VII Kumbha Mela 387 --
Chapter VIII Lakshman Jhula 391 --
Chapter IX Founding of the Ashram 395 --
Chapter X On the Anvil 397 --
Chapter XI Abolition of Indentured Emigration 400 --
Chapter XII The Stain of Indigo 404 --
Chapter XIII The Gentle Bihari 406 --
Chapter XIV Face to Face with Ahimsa 409 --
Chapter XV Case Withdrawn 413 --
Chapter XVI Methods of Work 416 --
Chapter XVII Companions 419 --
Chapter XVIII Penetrating the Villages 422 --
Chapter XIX When a Governor is Good 424 --
Chapter XX In Touch with Labour 426 --
Chapter XXI A Peep into the Ashram 428 --
Chapter XXII The Fast 430 --
Chapter XXIII The Kheda Satyagraha 434 --
Chapter XXIV 'The Onion Thief' 436 --
Chapter XXV End of Kheda Satyagraha 439 --
Chapter XXVI Passion for Unity 441 --
Chapter XXVII Recruiting Campaign 444 --
Chapter XXVIII Near Death's Door 450 --
Chapter XXIX The Rowlatt Bills and My Dilemma 454 --
Chapter XXX That Wonderful Spectacle! 457 --
Chapter XXXI That Memorable Week!--I 460 --
Chapter XXXII That Memorable Week!--II 466 --
Chapter XXXIII 'A Himalayan Miscalculation' 469 --
Chapter XXXIV 'Navajivan' and 'Young India' 471 --
Chapter XXXV In the Punjab 475 --
Chapter XXXVI The Khilafat Against Cow Protection? 478 --
Chapter XXXVII The Amritsar Congress 482 --
Chapter XXXVIII Congress Initiation 486 --
Chapter XXXIX The Birth of Khadi 489 --
Chapter XL Found at Last! 491 --
Chapter XLI An Instructive Dialogue 494 --
Chapter XLII Its Rising Tide 497 --
Chapter XLIII At Nagpur 500 --
Farewell 503.
Autres titres : Satyanā prayogo athavā ātmakathā.
Responsabilité : Mohandas K. Gandhi ; translated from the original in Gujarati by Mahadev Desai ; with a foreword by Sissela Bok.
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Portrays the life of Gandhi, describes the development of his nonviolent political protest movement, and discusses his religious beliefs.

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