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Author: Jawaharlal Nehru
Publisher: New York, The John Day Company [©1941]
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Nehru, Jawaharlal, 1889-1964.
Toward freedom.
New York, The John Day Company [c1941]
(OCoLC)654270561
Named Person: Jawaharlal Nehru
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jawaharlal Nehru
OCLC Number: 675071
Notes: First published in 1936 (London, John Lane) under title: Jawaharlal Nehru, and autobiography.
Description: xvii, 445 p. plates, ports. 23 cm.
Contents: In prison again --
Animals in prison --
Descent from Kashmir --
Childhood --
Theosophy --
Harrow and Cambridge --
Back home and wartime politics in India --
My wedding and an adventure in the Himalayas --
The coming of Gandhi --
I am extended, and the consequences --
Wanderings among the Kisans --
Nonco-operation --
First imprisonment --
Nonviolence and the doctrine of the sword --
Lucknow District Jail --
Out again --
An interlude at Nabha --
M. Mohamad Ali, my father, and Gandhiji --
Communalism rampant --
Municipal work --
In Europe --
Experience of Lathee charges --
Thunder in the air --
Independence and after --
Civil disobedience begins --In Naini Prison --
The no-tax campaign in the United Provinces --
Death of my father --
The Delhi Pact --
A southern holiday --
Friction and the Round Table Conference --
Arrests, ordinances, proscriptions --
Ballyhoo --
In Bareilly and Dehra Dun jails --
The struggle outside --
What is religion? --
The "dual policy" of the British government --
The end of a long term --
Dominion status and independence --
India old and new --
The record of British rule --
A civil marriage and a question of script --
Communalism and reaction --
Impasse and earthquake --
Alipore Jail --
Desolation --
Paradoxes --
Dehra Jail again --
Eleven days --
Back to prison --
Reflections on social change --
A conclusion --
Five years later --
Epilogue: the parting of the ways --
Appendixes --
Glossary --
Index.

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