The historiography of the Indian revolt of 1857
Vis-A-Vis A Plethora Of Event-Specific Studies Of The Revolt Of 1857 We Have In This Book An All Comprehensive Idea-Specific Study Of The Event. Here Events And Cross-Events Sink. Historians Crowd Corridors Of Understanding.
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The Chartist Appreciation
A Challenge To Professional Historians
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Dickens and Empire: Discourses of Class, Race and Colonialism in the Works ...
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