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The Jinnah legend : tentative title, actual title to be decided later: typescript / 1952-1953.

Author: Hector Bolitho; Majeed Malik; Francis Mudie, Sir; Charles Lesley Ames
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Ames Library manuscript collection
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First draft of the book "Jinnah, creator of Pakistan," with deletions amd corrections clearly marked. Bolitho was contracted to write the biography at the suggestion of Liaquat Ali Khan, who was subsequently assasinated. He was then obliged to submit the draft to the government and the hundreds of enforced amendments and deletions required him to write the book again, from beginning to end. Included is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters (correspondence)
Named Person: Mahomed Ali Jinnah; Hector Bolitho; Majeed Malik; Francis Mudie, Sir; Charles Lesley Ames
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Hector Bolitho; Majeed Malik; Francis Mudie, Sir; Charles Lesley Ames
OCLC Number: 122565784
In: Ames, Charles Lesley
Description: 1 v.
Responsibility: by Hector Bolitho,

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First draft of the book "Jinnah, creator of Pakistan," with deletions amd corrections clearly marked. Bolitho was contracted to write the biography at the suggestion of Liaquat Ali Khan, who was subsequently assasinated. He was then obliged to submit the draft to the government and the hundreds of enforced amendments and deletions required him to write the book again, from beginning to end. Included is correspondence with Majeed Malik, Chief Information Officer of the government of Pakistan (3 Sept. 1952-23 July 1953). Also included are 2 letters from Sir Francis Mudie, ex Governor of Sind (10 July and 30 Aug., 1953) and 1 letter to Charles Lesley Ames from Bolitho (17 Oct. 1960).

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