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Labour Bondage in West India: From Past to Present - Jan Breman
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Viking, Harmondsworth, first British edition, 1985. Two-tone cloth, 8vo, 24 cm,. 718 pp, ills. From the blurb: "Norman Mailer has dominated the American literary scene since he burst into prominence at the age of twenty-five with the publication of The Naked and the Dead. The author of more than twenty books, including An American Dream, The Armies of The Night, The Executioner's Song and Ancient Evenings, he is the preeminent novelist of his generation, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, a movie director, politician, pugilist, antiwar activist, hipster, philosopher, major cultural force and enfant terrible. The winner of every significant national literary award, never out of the limelight. Mailer has been maligned, loved, hated, belittled, idolized - but never ignored. Now, in a major biography that catches the full range of this extraordinary career, Peter Manso, noted reporter and interviewer for Playboy, presents Mailer in all his complexity and brilliance, in the words of those who have known him. Not since Edie has a book entered so entirely into a life and caught so fully the excitement and atmosphere of a period. Manso weaves together the words and recollections of Mailer's mother, sister, wives, lovers; his colleagues, admirers, detractors, and fellow writers, from James Baldwin and Kurt Vonnegut to E. L. Doctorow and George Plimpton - and, of course, Mailer himself. Among the contributors are William F. Buckley, Lillian Hellman, Allen Ginsberg, Alfred Kazin, Norman Podhoretz, Arthur Schlesinger, Liz Smith, Andy Warhol and Shelley Winters. Here are all the writing, fighting, drinking, brawling, living that have made Mailer a bigger-than-life legend, Manso relates, in the words of those who were there, the story of Mailer's childhood and years at Harvard, and the account of his experience as a foot soldier in World War II, which formed the basis of The Naked and the Dead, Here are the hectic years of the 1950s in Greenwich Village, the founding of The Village Voice, the drinking bouts with James Jones and James Baldwin. Manso outlines the wild years of the 1960s, the antiwar movement, the relationship with the Kennedys, the tragic stabbing of Mailer's second wife, and the triumphant publication of The Armies of the Night. The story describes the years in Provincetown, the relationship with Jack Henry Abbott, the publication of The Executioner's Song, and Mailer's return as a major novelist with the controversial best-seller Ancient Evenings. Mailer has stood at the center of the American era since the close of World War II. Manso captures the entire sweep of these tumultuous decades, from the war in the Pacific to the war in Vietnam to the present star wars. Mailer is at once a history of our time and of the protean figure who has presided over it. It is an extraordinary tapestry, a portrait of an era as well as a man. Here, at last, is a biography of Mailer as large and multifarious as its subject - and as overflowing with life. Mailer is a major literary event. Near Very Good in slightly yellowed dustwrapper., Viking, Harmondsworth, first British edition, 1985, 1985, New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2006. In continuation of his study of the underclass in rural Gujarat, Jan Breman's present book traces the historical antecedents of the ongoing subordination of rural labour. He takes a retrospective look at the dynamics of social and political developments before and since independence and this forms the basis of his new field work in south Gujarat carried out between 2004 and 2006. Breman's empirical research shows that despite repeated promises of politicians within and outside the state of Gujarat, poverty alleviation has remained a low priority. The plethora of schemes and programmes that the government announcedóeven if implementedóhad a negligible impact because it did not reach the majority of those it was intended to help. Moreover, Breman contends that the process of pauperization has a deeper cause. The model of economic development followed in the late twentieth century was based on adding value to the means of production that tended to yield a low output. This strategy could be successful only if the agricultural labourers owned at least some means of production in the form of land tools and other assets. But these labourers in the villages where the author conducted his research were not only landless but completely bereft of property. They barely owned their labour powerótheir employers decided how and when it would be used. They therefore, neither had the physical nor the social capital necessary to assert themselves and make progress. This rural agrarian underclass was thus subjected to a strategy of exclusion and this, says the author, explains why they continue to live in a condition of abject poverty and could not be beneficiaries of a booming economy.. First Edition. Hardcover. New/New. 14 x 22 Cm., Oxford University Press, 2006

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New Delhi, India Oxford University Press 2006, New, In continuation of his study of the underclass in rural Gujarat, Jan Breman's present book traces the historical antecedents of the ongoing subordination of rural labour. He takes a retrospective look at the dynamics of social and political developments before and since independence and this forms the basis of his new field work in south Gujarat carried out between 2004 and 2006. Breman's empirical research shows that despite repeated promises of politicians within and outside the state of Gujarat, poverty alleviation has remained a low priority. The plethora of schemes and programmes that the government announcedoeven if implementedohad a negligible impact because it did not reach the majority of those it was intended to help. Moreover, Breman contends that the process of pauperization has a deeper cause. The model of economic development followed in the late twentieth century was based on adding value to the means of production that tended to yield a low output. This strategy could be successful only if the agricultural labourers owned at least some means of production in the form of land tools and other assets. But these labourers in the villages where the author conducted his research were not only landless but completely bereft of property. They barely owned their labour powerotheir employers decided how and when it would be used. They therefore, neither had the physical nor the social capital necessary to assert themselves and make progress. This rural agrarian underclass was thus subjected to a strategy of exclusion and this, says the author, explains why they continue to live in a condition of abject poverty and could not be beneficiaries of a booming economy. First Edition New Hardcover 14 x 22 Cm; First Edition, [Labour Bondage West India]

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Labour Bondage in West India: From Past to Present

Utilizing his fieldwork done in south Gujarat between 2004 and 2006, Jan Breman critically analyses the historical roots of the ongoing subordination of the rural poor in what has come to be recognized as a booming economy.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780195685213
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0195685210
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: OXFORD UNIV PR
280 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,454 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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