HERE IS INDIA by Jean Kennedy


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Another book to widen our understanding of the Indian problem which parallels- at many points- the Lippincott book THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE OF INDIA reported last issue, Page 399. This has a somewhat different approach, with special emphasis on the problems arising out of the cultural differences between English and Indian, and among the various facets of India itself. A background survey of India,- peoples, customs, arts, and so on, make this country- once so remote from our interests and understanding- come to life. Adults will find this thoroughly good reading, informative, sufficiently awake to the social aspects and problems to provide a basis of facts behind the news.

Pub Date: Sept. 17th, 1945
Publisher: Scribner