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An autobiography : the story of my experiments with truth, Mohandas K. Gandhi ; translated from the original in Gujarati by Mahadev Desai ; with a foreword by Sissela Bok

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An autobiography : the story of my experiments with truth
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An autobiography
Title remainder
the story of my experiments with truth
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Mohandas K. Gandhi ; translated from the original in Gujarati by Mahadev Desai ; with a foreword by Sissela Bok
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Gandhi, an autobiography
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This is Gandhi's autobiography covering his life from early childhood to approximately 1921. In Gandhi's own words: "I simply want to tell the story of my numerous experiments with truth, and as my life consists of nothing but those experiments, it is true that the story will take the shape of an autobiography. But I shall not mind, if every page of it speaks only of my experiments... I should certainly like to narrate my experiments in the spiritual field which are known only to myself, and from which I have derived such power as I possess for working in the political field... If I had only to discuss academic principles. I should clearly not attempt an autobiography. But my purpose being to give an account of various practical applications of these principles, I have given the chapters I propose to write the title of The Story of My Experiments with Truth. These will of course include experiments with non-violence, celibacy and other principles of conduct believed to be distinct from truth."
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1869-1948
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Gandhi
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  • 954.03/5/092
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Index
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LC call number
DS481.G3
LC item number
A3 1993
Literary form
non fiction
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1892-1942
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Desai, Mahadev H.
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  • Gandhi
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An autobiography : the story of my experiments with truth, Mohandas K. Gandhi ; translated from the original in Gujarati by Mahadev Desai ; with a foreword by Sissela Bok
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http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/description/hm031/93019758.html
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  • Includes index
  • Originally published: 1948 (first Beacon Press paperback published in 1957)
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Contents
  • 8
  • 118
  • Chapter XI
  • Christian Contacts
  • 122
  • Chapter XII
  • Seeking Touch with Indians
  • 125
  • Chapter XIII
  • What It Is to Be A 'Coolie'
  • 128
  • Chapter IV
  • Chapter XIV
  • Preparation for the Case
  • 131
  • Chapter XV
  • Religious Ferment
  • 135
  • Chapter XVI
  • Man Proposes, God Disposes
  • 138
  • Chapter XVII
  • Playing the Husband
  • Settled in Natal
  • 141
  • Chapter XVIII
  • Colour Bar
  • 145
  • Chapter XIX
  • Natal Indian Congress
  • 148
  • Chapter XX
  • Balasundaram
  • 11
  • 153
  • Chapter XXI
  • The [pound] 3 Tax
  • 155
  • Chapter XXII
  • Comparative Study of Religions
  • 158
  • Chapter XXIII
  • As a Householder
  • 162
  • Chapter V
  • Chapter XXIV
  • Homeward
  • 165
  • Chapter XXV
  • In India
  • 168
  • Chapter XXVI
  • Two Passions
  • 172
  • Chapter XXVII
  • At the High School
  • The Bombay Meeting
  • 175
  • Chapter XXVIII
  • Poona and Madras
  • 178
  • Chapter XXIX
  • 'Return Soon'
  • 180
  • Chapter I
  • Rumblings of the Storm
  • 14
  • 185
  • Chapter II
  • The Storm
  • 188
  • Chapter III
  • The Test
  • 191
  • Chapter IV
  • The Calm After the Storm
  • 196
  • Chapter VI
  • Chapter V
  • Education of Children
  • 199
  • Chapter VI
  • Spirit of Service
  • 202
  • Chapter VII
  • Brahmacharya--I
  • 204
  • Chapter VIII
  • A Tragedy
  • Brahmacharya--II
  • 208
  • Chapter IX
  • Simple Life
  • 212
  • Chapter X
  • The Boer War
  • 214
  • Chapter XI
  • Sanitary Reform and Famine Relief
  • 19
  • 217
  • Chapter XII
  • Return to India
  • 219
  • Chapter XIII
  • In India Again
  • 222
  • Chapter XIV
  • Clerk and Bearer
  • 225
  • Chapter I
  • Chapter VIII
  • Chapter XV
  • In the Congress
  • 227
  • Chapter XVI
  • Lord Curzon's Darbar
  • 229
  • Chapter XVII
  • A Month with Gokhale--I
  • 231
  • Chapter XVIII
  • Stealing and Atonement
  • A Month with Gokhale--II
  • 233
  • Chapter XIX
  • A Month with Gokhale--III
  • 236
  • Chapter XX
  • In Benares
  • 239
  • Chapter XXI
  • Settled in Bombay?
  • 25
  • 243
  • Chapter XXII
  • Faith on Its Trial
  • 246
  • Chapter XXIII
  • To South Africa Again
  • 249
  • Chapter I
  • 'Love's Labour's Lost'?
  • 255
  • Chapter IX
  • Chapter II
  • Autocrats from Asia
  • 257
  • Chapter III
  • Pocketed the Insult
  • 259
  • Chapter IV
  • Quickened Spirit of Sacrifice
  • 262
  • Chapter V
  • My Father's Death and My Double Shame
  • Result of Introspection
  • 264
  • Chapter VI
  • A Sacrifice to Vegetarianism
  • 267
  • Chapter VII
  • Experiments in Earth and Water Treatment
  • 269
  • Chapter VIII
  • A Warning
  • 28
  • 271
  • Chapter IX
  • A Tussle with Power
  • 274
  • Chapter X
  • A Sacred Recollection and Penance
  • 276
  • Chapter XI
  • Intimate European Contacts
  • 279
  • Chapter X
  • Chapter XII
  • European Contacts (Contd.)
  • 282
  • Chapter XIII
  • 'Indian Opinion'
  • 285
  • Chapter XIV
  • Coolie Locations or Ghettoes?
  • 287
  • Chapter XV
  • Glimpses of Religion
  • The Black Plague--I
  • 290
  • Chapter XVI
  • The Black Plague--II
  • 292
  • Chapter XVII
  • Location in Flames
  • 295
  • Chapter XVIII
  • The Magic Spell of a Book
  • 31
  • 297
  • Chapter XIX
  • The Phoenix Settlement
  • 300
  • Chapter XX
  • The First Night
  • 302
  • Chapter XXI
  • Polak Takes the Plunge
  • 304
  • Chapter XI
  • Chapter XXII
  • Whom God Protects
  • 306
  • Chapter XXIII
  • A Peep into the Household
  • 310
  • Chapter XXIV
  • The Zulu 'Rebellion'
  • 313
  • Chapter XXV
  • Birth and Parentage
  • Preparation for England
  • Heart Searchings
  • 315
  • Chapter XXVI
  • The Birth of Satyagraha
  • 318
  • Chapter XXVII
  • More Experiments in Dietetics
  • 320
  • Chapter XXVIII
  • Kasturbai's Courage
  • 35
  • 322
  • Chapter XXIX
  • Domestic Satyagraha
  • 325
  • Chapter XXX
  • Towards Self-Restraint
  • 328
  • Chapter XXXI
  • Fasting
  • 330
  • Chapter XII
  • Chapter XXXII
  • As Schoolmaster
  • 333
  • Chapter XXXIII
  • Literary Training
  • 335
  • Chapter XXXIV
  • Training of the Spirit
  • 338
  • Chapter XXXV
  • Outcaste
  • Tares Among the Wheat
  • 340
  • Chapter XXXVI
  • Fasting as Penance
  • 342
  • Chapter XXXVII
  • To Meet Gokhale
  • 344
  • Chapter XXXVIII
  • My Part in the War
  • 39
  • 346
  • Chapter XXXIX
  • A Spiritual Dilemma
  • 348
  • Chapter XL
  • Miniature Satyagraha
  • 351
  • Chapter XLI
  • Gokhale's Charity
  • 355
  • Chapter XIII
  • Chapter XLII
  • Treatment of Pleurisy
  • 357
  • Chapter XLIII
  • Homeward
  • 359
  • Chapter XLIV
  • Some Reminiscences of the Bar
  • 361
  • Chapter XLV
  • In London at Last
  • Sharp Practice?
  • 363
  • Chapter XLVI
  • Clients Turned Co-Workers
  • 365
  • Chapter XLVII
  • How a Client Was Saved
  • 367
  • Chapter I
  • The First Experience
  • 42
  • 373
  • Chapter II
  • With Gokhale in Poona
  • 375
  • Chapter III
  • Was it a Threat?
  • 377
  • Chapter IV
  • Shantiniketan
  • 380
  • Chapter XIV
  • Chapter V
  • Woes of Third Class Passengers
  • 383
  • Chapter VI
  • Wooing
  • 385
  • Chapter VII
  • Kumbha Mela
  • 387
  • Chapter VIII
  • My Choice
  • Lakshman Jhula
  • 391
  • Chapter IX
  • Founding of the Ashram
  • 395
  • Chapter X
  • On the Anvil
  • 397
  • Chapter XI
  • Abolition of Indentured Emigration
  • 3
  • 45
  • 400
  • Chapter XII
  • The Stain of Indigo
  • 404
  • Chapter XIII
  • The Gentle Bihari
  • 406
  • Chapter XIV
  • Face to Face with Ahimsa
  • 409
  • Chapter XV
  • Chapter XV
  • Case Withdrawn
  • 413
  • Chapter XVI
  • Methods of Work
  • 416
  • Chapter XVII
  • Companions
  • 419
  • Chapter XVIII
  • Playing the English Gentleman
  • Penetrating the Villages
  • 422
  • Chapter XIX
  • When a Governor is Good
  • 424
  • Chapter XX
  • In Touch with Labour
  • 426
  • Chapter XXI
  • A Peep into the Ashram
  • 48
  • 428
  • Chapter XXII
  • The Fast
  • 430
  • Chapter XXIII
  • The Kheda Satyagraha
  • 434
  • Chapter XXIV
  • 'The Onion Thief'
  • 436
  • Chapter XVI
  • Chapter XXV
  • End of Kheda Satyagraha
  • 439
  • Chapter XXVI
  • Passion for Unity
  • 441
  • Chapter XXVII
  • Recruiting Campaign
  • 444
  • Chapter XXVIII
  • Changes
  • Near Death's Door
  • 450
  • Chapter XXIX
  • The Rowlatt Bills and My Dilemma
  • 454
  • Chapter XXX
  • That Wonderful Spectacle!
  • 457
  • Chapter XXXI
  • That Memorable Week!--I
  • 52
  • 460
  • Chapter XXXII
  • That Memorable Week!--II
  • 466
  • Chapter XXXIII
  • 'A Himalayan Miscalculation'
  • 469
  • Chapter XXXIV
  • 'Navajivan' and 'Young India'
  • 471
  • Chapter XVII
  • Chapter XXXV
  • In the Punjab
  • 475
  • Chapter XXXVI
  • The Khilafat Against Cow Protection?
  • 478
  • Chapter XXXVII
  • The Amritsar Congress
  • 482
  • Chapter XXXVIII
  • Experiments in Dietetics
  • Congress Initiation
  • 486
  • Chapter XXXIX
  • The Birth of Khadi
  • 489
  • Chapter XL
  • Found at Last!
  • 491
  • Chapter XLI
  • An Instructive Dialogue
  • 55
  • 494
  • Chapter XLII
  • Its Rising Tide
  • 497
  • Chapter XLIII
  • At Nagpur
  • 500
  • Farewell
  • 503
  • Chapter II
  • Chapter XVIII
  • Shyness My Shield
  • 59
  • Chapter XIX
  • The Canker of Untruth
  • 63
  • Chapter XX
  • Acquaintance with Religions
  • 67
  • Chapter XXII
  • Childhood
  • Narayan Hemchandra
  • 72
  • Chapter XXIII
  • The Great Exhibition
  • 76
  • Chapter XXIV
  • 'Called'--But Then?
  • 78
  • Chapter XXV
  • My Helplessness
  • 6
  • 81
  • Chapter I
  • Raychandbhai
  • 87
  • Chapter II
  • How I Began Life
  • 90
  • Chapter III
  • The First Case
  • 93
  • Chapter III
  • Chapter IV
  • The First Shock
  • 96
  • Chapter V
  • Preparing for South Africa
  • 100
  • Chapter VI
  • Arrival in Natal
  • 102
  • Chapter VII
  • Child Marriage
  • Some Experiences
  • 105
  • Chapter VIII
  • On the Way to Pretoria
  • 109
  • Chapter IX
  • More Hardships
  • 113
  • Chapter X
  • First Day in Pretoria
Control code
ocm28067049
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
xxix, 528 pages
Isbn
9780606304962
Lccn
93019758
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
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System control number
  • (Sirsi) o28067049
  • (OCoLC)28067049
Label
An autobiography : the story of my experiments with truth, Mohandas K. Gandhi ; translated from the original in Gujarati by Mahadev Desai ; with a foreword by Sissela Bok
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/description/hm031/93019758.html
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Includes index
  • Originally published: 1948 (first Beacon Press paperback published in 1957)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 8
  • 118
  • Chapter XI
  • Christian Contacts
  • 122
  • Chapter XII
  • Seeking Touch with Indians
  • 125
  • Chapter XIII
  • What It Is to Be A 'Coolie'
  • 128
  • Chapter IV
  • Chapter XIV
  • Preparation for the Case
  • 131
  • Chapter XV
  • Religious Ferment
  • 135
  • Chapter XVI
  • Man Proposes, God Disposes
  • 138
  • Chapter XVII
  • Playing the Husband
  • Settled in Natal
  • 141
  • Chapter XVIII
  • Colour Bar
  • 145
  • Chapter XIX
  • Natal Indian Congress
  • 148
  • Chapter XX
  • Balasundaram
  • 11
  • 153
  • Chapter XXI
  • The [pound] 3 Tax
  • 155
  • Chapter XXII
  • Comparative Study of Religions
  • 158
  • Chapter XXIII
  • As a Householder
  • 162
  • Chapter V
  • Chapter XXIV
  • Homeward
  • 165
  • Chapter XXV
  • In India
  • 168
  • Chapter XXVI
  • Two Passions
  • 172
  • Chapter XXVII
  • At the High School
  • The Bombay Meeting
  • 175
  • Chapter XXVIII
  • Poona and Madras
  • 178
  • Chapter XXIX
  • 'Return Soon'
  • 180
  • Chapter I
  • Rumblings of the Storm
  • 14
  • 185
  • Chapter II
  • The Storm
  • 188
  • Chapter III
  • The Test
  • 191
  • Chapter IV
  • The Calm After the Storm
  • 196
  • Chapter VI
  • Chapter V
  • Education of Children
  • 199
  • Chapter VI
  • Spirit of Service
  • 202
  • Chapter VII
  • Brahmacharya--I
  • 204
  • Chapter VIII
  • A Tragedy
  • Brahmacharya--II
  • 208
  • Chapter IX
  • Simple Life
  • 212
  • Chapter X
  • The Boer War
  • 214
  • Chapter XI
  • Sanitary Reform and Famine Relief
  • 19
  • 217
  • Chapter XII
  • Return to India
  • 219
  • Chapter XIII
  • In India Again
  • 222
  • Chapter XIV
  • Clerk and Bearer
  • 225
  • Chapter I
  • Chapter VIII
  • Chapter XV
  • In the Congress
  • 227
  • Chapter XVI
  • Lord Curzon's Darbar
  • 229
  • Chapter XVII
  • A Month with Gokhale--I
  • 231
  • Chapter XVIII
  • Stealing and Atonement
  • A Month with Gokhale--II
  • 233
  • Chapter XIX
  • A Month with Gokhale--III
  • 236
  • Chapter XX
  • In Benares
  • 239
  • Chapter XXI
  • Settled in Bombay?
  • 25
  • 243
  • Chapter XXII
  • Faith on Its Trial
  • 246
  • Chapter XXIII
  • To South Africa Again
  • 249
  • Chapter I
  • 'Love's Labour's Lost'?
  • 255
  • Chapter IX
  • Chapter II
  • Autocrats from Asia
  • 257
  • Chapter III
  • Pocketed the Insult
  • 259
  • Chapter IV
  • Quickened Spirit of Sacrifice
  • 262
  • Chapter V
  • My Father's Death and My Double Shame
  • Result of Introspection
  • 264
  • Chapter VI
  • A Sacrifice to Vegetarianism
  • 267
  • Chapter VII
  • Experiments in Earth and Water Treatment
  • 269
  • Chapter VIII
  • A Warning
  • 28
  • 271
  • Chapter IX
  • A Tussle with Power
  • 274
  • Chapter X
  • A Sacred Recollection and Penance
  • 276
  • Chapter XI
  • Intimate European Contacts
  • 279
  • Chapter X
  • Chapter XII
  • European Contacts (Contd.)
  • 282
  • Chapter XIII
  • 'Indian Opinion'
  • 285
  • Chapter XIV
  • Coolie Locations or Ghettoes?
  • 287
  • Chapter XV
  • Glimpses of Religion
  • The Black Plague--I
  • 290
  • Chapter XVI
  • The Black Plague--II
  • 292
  • Chapter XVII
  • Location in Flames
  • 295
  • Chapter XVIII
  • The Magic Spell of a Book
  • 31
  • 297
  • Chapter XIX
  • The Phoenix Settlement
  • 300
  • Chapter XX
  • The First Night
  • 302
  • Chapter XXI
  • Polak Takes the Plunge
  • 304
  • Chapter XI
  • Chapter XXII
  • Whom God Protects
  • 306
  • Chapter XXIII
  • A Peep into the Household
  • 310
  • Chapter XXIV
  • The Zulu 'Rebellion'
  • 313
  • Chapter XXV
  • Birth and Parentage
  • Preparation for England
  • Heart Searchings
  • 315
  • Chapter XXVI
  • The Birth of Satyagraha
  • 318
  • Chapter XXVII
  • More Experiments in Dietetics
  • 320
  • Chapter XXVIII
  • Kasturbai's Courage
  • 35
  • 322
  • Chapter XXIX
  • Domestic Satyagraha
  • 325
  • Chapter XXX
  • Towards Self-Restraint
  • 328
  • Chapter XXXI
  • Fasting
  • 330
  • Chapter XII
  • Chapter XXXII
  • As Schoolmaster
  • 333
  • Chapter XXXIII
  • Literary Training
  • 335
  • Chapter XXXIV
  • Training of the Spirit
  • 338
  • Chapter XXXV
  • Outcaste
  • Tares Among the Wheat
  • 340
  • Chapter XXXVI
  • Fasting as Penance
  • 342
  • Chapter XXXVII
  • To Meet Gokhale
  • 344
  • Chapter XXXVIII
  • My Part in the War
  • 39
  • 346
  • Chapter XXXIX
  • A Spiritual Dilemma
  • 348
  • Chapter XL
  • Miniature Satyagraha
  • 351
  • Chapter XLI
  • Gokhale's Charity
  • 355
  • Chapter XIII
  • Chapter XLII
  • Treatment of Pleurisy
  • 357
  • Chapter XLIII
  • Homeward
  • 359
  • Chapter XLIV
  • Some Reminiscences of the Bar
  • 361
  • Chapter XLV
  • In London at Last
  • Sharp Practice?
  • 363
  • Chapter XLVI
  • Clients Turned Co-Workers
  • 365
  • Chapter XLVII
  • How a Client Was Saved
  • 367
  • Chapter I
  • The First Experience
  • 42
  • 373
  • Chapter II
  • With Gokhale in Poona
  • 375
  • Chapter III
  • Was it a Threat?
  • 377
  • Chapter IV
  • Shantiniketan
  • 380
  • Chapter XIV
  • Chapter V
  • Woes of Third Class Passengers
  • 383
  • Chapter VI
  • Wooing
  • 385
  • Chapter VII
  • Kumbha Mela
  • 387
  • Chapter VIII
  • My Choice
  • Lakshman Jhula
  • 391
  • Chapter IX
  • Founding of the Ashram
  • 395
  • Chapter X
  • On the Anvil
  • 397
  • Chapter XI
  • Abolition of Indentured Emigration
  • 3
  • 45
  • 400
  • Chapter XII
  • The Stain of Indigo
  • 404
  • Chapter XIII
  • The Gentle Bihari
  • 406
  • Chapter XIV
  • Face to Face with Ahimsa
  • 409
  • Chapter XV
  • Chapter XV
  • Case Withdrawn
  • 413
  • Chapter XVI
  • Methods of Work
  • 416
  • Chapter XVII
  • Companions
  • 419
  • Chapter XVIII
  • Playing the English Gentleman
  • Penetrating the Villages
  • 422
  • Chapter XIX
  • When a Governor is Good
  • 424
  • Chapter XX
  • In Touch with Labour
  • 426
  • Chapter XXI
  • A Peep into the Ashram
  • 48
  • 428
  • Chapter XXII
  • The Fast
  • 430
  • Chapter XXIII
  • The Kheda Satyagraha
  • 434
  • Chapter XXIV
  • 'The Onion Thief'
  • 436
  • Chapter XVI
  • Chapter XXV
  • End of Kheda Satyagraha
  • 439
  • Chapter XXVI
  • Passion for Unity
  • 441
  • Chapter XXVII
  • Recruiting Campaign
  • 444
  • Chapter XXVIII
  • Changes
  • Near Death's Door
  • 450
  • Chapter XXIX
  • The Rowlatt Bills and My Dilemma
  • 454
  • Chapter XXX
  • That Wonderful Spectacle!
  • 457
  • Chapter XXXI
  • That Memorable Week!--I
  • 52
  • 460
  • Chapter XXXII
  • That Memorable Week!--II
  • 466
  • Chapter XXXIII
  • 'A Himalayan Miscalculation'
  • 469
  • Chapter XXXIV
  • 'Navajivan' and 'Young India'
  • 471
  • Chapter XVII
  • Chapter XXXV
  • In the Punjab
  • 475
  • Chapter XXXVI
  • The Khilafat Against Cow Protection?
  • 478
  • Chapter XXXVII
  • The Amritsar Congress
  • 482
  • Chapter XXXVIII
  • Experiments in Dietetics
  • Congress Initiation
  • 486
  • Chapter XXXIX
  • The Birth of Khadi
  • 489
  • Chapter XL
  • Found at Last!
  • 491
  • Chapter XLI
  • An Instructive Dialogue
  • 55
  • 494
  • Chapter XLII
  • Its Rising Tide
  • 497
  • Chapter XLIII
  • At Nagpur
  • 500
  • Farewell
  • 503
  • Chapter II
  • Chapter XVIII
  • Shyness My Shield
  • 59
  • Chapter XIX
  • The Canker of Untruth
  • 63
  • Chapter XX
  • Acquaintance with Religions
  • 67
  • Chapter XXII
  • Childhood
  • Narayan Hemchandra
  • 72
  • Chapter XXIII
  • The Great Exhibition
  • 76
  • Chapter XXIV
  • 'Called'--But Then?
  • 78
  • Chapter XXV
  • My Helplessness
  • 6
  • 81
  • Chapter I
  • Raychandbhai
  • 87
  • Chapter II
  • How I Began Life
  • 90
  • Chapter III
  • The First Case
  • 93
  • Chapter III
  • Chapter IV
  • The First Shock
  • 96
  • Chapter V
  • Preparing for South Africa
  • 100
  • Chapter VI
  • Arrival in Natal
  • 102
  • Chapter VII
  • Child Marriage
  • Some Experiences
  • 105
  • Chapter VIII
  • On the Way to Pretoria
  • 109
  • Chapter IX
  • More Hardships
  • 113
  • Chapter X
  • First Day in Pretoria
Control code
ocm28067049
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
xxix, 528 pages
Isbn
9780606304962
Lccn
93019758
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o28067049
  • (OCoLC)28067049

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