Published October 6, 2007 by Dodo Press .
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Indian Summer achieves something both simpler and rarer, placing the behavior and feelings of a few key players at the center of a tumultuous moment in history.” ―The New York Times Book Review “Stirring brisk absorbingly readable.” ―FortuneCited by: A gripping account of the last days of British Raj in India.
The book focuses on the personalities of Edwina, Dickie and Nehru to explain how things panned out as they did in The author's eye for detail and interesting anecdotes make the book a 4/5(). Indian Summer is a chilling tale of six childhood friends and the things that haunt them—both natural and otherworldly.
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Grab a spot of tea, this is a story you'll want to settle in for; and it's a /5. Indian Summer. Just as soon as the beautiful drifter, Heather, finds peace of mind among the majestic blue mountains of the great Northwest, it is stripped away.
Now, a familiar posse runs the town called Marigold and its mining community with their sharp and newly deputized claws/5. Indian Summer: The Secret History of the End of an Empire () is a history book written by Alex von Tunzelmann. The book covers the end of the British Empire and the Partition of India that resulted in millions of : Alex von Tunzelmann.
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Her novels are available in seventeen countries around the world. She lives in Devon, England/5(). Indian Summer. To Joni McCord, summer means swimming in at the local pool or hanging out at the mall. To Sarah Birdsong, it means swimming in the pure waters of the lake, and having a Coke at the little reservation store.
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His book Indian Summer is about time he spent teaching in a school for orphans in Poona, India. While in India he also spent some time in the Indian film English travel writer.
Educated in London, he taught languages in the English west country for ten years, including 5 years at Blundell's School, before moving to live in the South /5. Indian Summer is one of many of MARCIA WILLETT’s novels to be published in the U.S.
Her novels are available in seventeen countries 3/5(2). Indian Summer. Rosanne Bittner. By opening her eyes, one woman discovers that her heart soon follows. Maggie Gibbons leads a happy, if sheltered life on the frontier with her husband, a preacher, and their daughter.
But her husband’s increasingly cold and unfeeling ways trouble her, as does his disdain for the Cheyenne Indians his mission is. Indian Summer: The Secret History of the End of an Empire by Alex Von Tunzelmann.
An extraordinary story of romance, history, and divided loyalties -- set against the backdrop of one of the most dramatic events of the twentieth centuryThe stroke of midnight on Augliberated million people from the British Empire.
Indian Summer is John Knowles' third novel, one generation beyond A Separate Peace but again making an opposition of contrasts between two young men, this time less private and more extensive in implication. Cleet Kinsolving, something of a loner, as ""unshakable"" as his Indian grandmother, returns from the war () with an inviolable sense of who he is and what life.
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Tepid account of the end of the Raj, though with a little imperialist-colonialist hanky-panky thrown in for good is small news that Britain ceded its empire willingly, forgetting about /5(5). Indian Summers is a British/American drama series that began airing on Channel 4 on 15 February The show details the events of summers spent at Simla, in the foothills of the Himalayas, by a group of the British governing and trading community at the time of the British first series is set in It was broadcast in several countries al network: Channel 4.
Indian Summer achieves something both simpler and rarer, placing the behavior and feelings of a few key players at the center of a tumultuous moment in history.” —The New York Times Book Review “Stirring brisk absorbingly readable.” —FortuneCited by: During my childhood, I had an extraordinary impression of Nehru.
Reason might be due to the well framed chapters we had in School text books. But as I started reading real books related to Indian history after college, I was startled by several facts related to the politics of Indian independence struggle, including that of Gandhi & Nehru.
—The New York Times Book Review “Stirring brisk absorbingly readable.” —Fortune "Indian Summer is a true tour de force: absorbing in its detail and masterly in the broad sweep of its canvas.” —Sir Martin Gilbert, author of The Somme “Indian Summer is outstandingly vivid and authoritativeBrand: Picador.
An Indian Summer: A Personal Experience of India was written by James Cameron in Engine Summer written by John Crowley inis named after and refers to the event, with the spelling changed to reflect the post-apocalyptic setting of the book. The graphic novel Indian Summer was written by Hugo Pratt and illustrated by Milo Manara in Indian Summer music & reflections by Deborah “DJ” Hamouris.
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Alex Von Tunzelmann’s account of the independence and partitioning of British India did not meet my expectations. It was far, far greater than that. Hopefully, its strengths will overcome some shortcomings in marketing as it is a history that deserves to endure.
Alex Von Tunzelmann’s book has four key strengths – style, depth, balance and. Instead, “Indian Summer” achieves something both simpler and rarer, placing the behavior and feelings of a few key players at the center of a tumultuous moment in history.
Indian Summer: The Secret History of the End of an Empire by Alex Von Tunzelmann Pocket Books £ It is tempting for historians to turn the dramatic events of Indian independence into romantic.
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out of 5 stars Indian Summer: The Secret History of the End of an Empire. Reviewed in Canada on J Excellent book. Well-researched and very well written. Author offers very interesting insights to an important part of history and shows how events & decisions made then impact on the world today.
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