Gandhi: His Life and Message for the World

Gandhi: His Life and Message for the World

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This is the extraordinary story of how one man's indomitable spirit inspired a nation to triumph over tyranny. This is the story of Mahatma Gandhi, a man who owned nothing-and gained everything!!

Title:Gandhi: His Life and Message for the World
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780451627421
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  • Riku Sayuj

    Gandhi: The ObserverTo change something you love is the hardest. It requires you to set aside your love for the thing and be objective. Real change cannot be imagined otherwise. My favourite descripti...

  • Kanika

    I just finished reading ‘The Life of Mahatma Gandhi’ by Louis Fischer and one word that can describe my feeling at the moment is awe. We were taught in school about India’s history, about our fr...

  • Stephanie

    As I turned the last page of Gandhi: His Life and Message for the World, I felt like I should say to it, “It’s not you. It’s me.” The fact is, I had a hard time reading this book. This is one ...

  • Miroku Nemeth

    Gandhi was a hero of my first teacher, my mother, and in reading this book, I now see that much of how she strove to raise me came from his example and teaching. I read a biography of the "Gandhi of t...

  • Elliott Bignell

    I would like to avoid making this a review of Gandhi rather than of a book about Gandhi, but for the best possible reasons that is hard to do. The author knew Mohandas Gandhi personally, visited him r...

  • Leslie

    Men and women and children knew, or felt, that when Gandhi fell by the assassin’s three bullets the conscience of mankind had been left without a spokesman. Louis Fischer clearly loved Mahatma Gandh...

  • Stephanie

    This is the type of book that had a lot of potential. What ruined the book for me was Fisher's writing style. Throughout the entire book, Fisher idolizes Gandhi. There is not one passage of criticism ...

  • Terry

    Poorly written - while Gandhi is just an extremely, overrated 'political-rock star."His clear substantive shortcomings in sciences, economics and mathematics, for starters, leads to his myopic thinkin...

  • Hannah

    Over all I am not too pleased with this book. I'm very interested in biography and and pretty anything in that category but when I started reading this book I knew it was a mistake. Even the beginning...

  • Joseph Adelizzi, Jr.

    Admittedly I have a very poor memory. I read books and then what seems like just minutes later most of the information which had so thoroughly engrossed me is erased from my mind. However, Louis Fisch...