- Author:Robert Payne
- Publisher:Konecky Konecky; FIRST THUS edition (October 1998)
- Pages:703 pages
- FB2 format1404 kb
- ePUB format1659 kb
- DJVU format1179 kb
- Formats:lrf mobi lrf doc
Pierre Stephen Robert Payne (4 December 1911 – 18 February 1983) was . The Life and Death of Mahatma Gandhi, .
Pierre Stephen Robert Payne (4 December 1911 – 18 February 1983) was an English-born author, known principally for works of biography and history, although he also wrote novels, poetry, magazine articles and many other works. After working in Singapore and China, he moved to the United States in 1946 and became a professor of English literature. From 1954 onwards he lived as a writer in New York. A Portrait of André Malraux, Prentice-Hall (1970).
Start by marking The Life and Death of Mahatma Gandhi as Want to Read . Andre Malraux wrote of Payne's classic biography of Gandhi: "There is something Shakespearean that gives the work a dimension that is more than biography. It makes one dream of the destiny of mankind.
Start by marking The Life and Death of Mahatma Gandhi as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Read by Pierre Stephen Robert Payne.
Dutton, 1969 - Gandhi, Mahatma - 703 pages. Bibliographic information. The life and death of Mahatma Gandhi. From inside the book.
Robert Payne was born in Cornwall, England on 4 December 1911
Robert Payne was born in Cornwall, England on 4 December 1911. During his lifetime he had over hundred books published on a wide range of subjects but he was known chiefly for his biographies of Gandhi, Hitler, Lenin, Stalin, Marx, Schweitzer, Mao Tse-tung, Chiang Kai-shek and Winston Churchill. I'm quite shocked that Robert Payne is so criticised when he obviously treated this Gandhi biography with an honest even handed integrity that not only praises someone he admires but also exposes someone that has also possesses the human frailties to be found in all of us.
Habent Sua Fata Libelli. IN THE FOLLOWING pages I have sought to draw a rounded portrait of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the son of a high official in an obscure princely court, who received from the poet Rabindranath Tagore the title of Mahatma. I especially wanted to see him striding vigorously along the dusty roads of South Africa and India
Robert Payne superbly describes Gandhi’s daring marches to aid the oppressed .
Robert Payne superbly describes Gandhi’s daring marches to aid the oppressed; his fasts and imprisonments; his historic achievements at international congresses and conferences in India and England where, clad only in shawl and loincloth, he met with prime ministers and viceroys and won their respect as he fought for the dignity and freedom of his people.
The Life and Death of Mahatma Gandhi portrays the development, the greatness and the failures of a saint, who changed the world and challenged forever the global culture of violence. To understand that Gandhiji was a flawed human being additionally gave me great hope that from quite humble material, saints are born. The Mahatma is also presented in his great strength, as a leader of men, a shrewd politician, and as a lover of God.
Home Payne, Robert The Life and Death of Mahatma Gandhi. J. Hood, Booksellers, established 1974, specializes in scholarly books in all subject areas, with large holdings in the sciences, art, philosophy, medieval & renaissance studies, the social sciences and the humanities. We currently have 43,000 volumes in stock and sell exclusively on the internet. We are members of the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America and the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers. Visit Seller's Storefront.
Robert Payne brings to life every step of the Crusaders' thousand-mile journey: the deprivation; the desperate, rapacious, and brutal raids for food and . The Life and Death of Mahatma Gandhi (The Robert Payne Library).
Robert Payne brings to life every step of the Crusaders' thousand-mile journey: the deprivation; the desperate, rapacious, and brutal raids for food and supplies; the epic battles for Antioch, Jerusalem, and Acre; the barbarous treatment of captives; and the quarrelling European princes who vied for power and wealth in the Near East. An epic tale of the glorious and the base, of unshakable faith and unspeakable atrocities, The Dream and the Tomb captures not only the events but the very essence of the Crusades.
Gandhi continues to fascinate psychoanalysts. His political genius and accomplishments, his impact on world history and the consciousness of mankind have been unrivaled in their originality and power.
New York: E. P. Dutton & C. In. 1969. 703 pp. Gandhi's truth. On the origins of militant nonviolence. New York: W. W. Norton & C. Gandhi continues to fascinate psychoanalysts. Moreover, the violence occurring throughout the world today, with the certainty of the annihilation of man if the problems underlying man's violence are not solved, compels us to study and restudy the life of the man who forged the theory and practice of nonviolent political action.