ISBN (13)9780194237802 
LanguageEnglish 
Classification954.035092 AKI 
Title EntryGandhi 
MediumBook 
Class Scheme & Edition DDC 23 
AuthorAkinyemi, Rowena 
Cover
Place of PublicationOxford, England : 
Publisher's NameOxford University Press, 
Date of Publication2010 
Extentviii, 288p. 
Accompanying Materials+ 1 MP3-CD 
Other Detailsactivities, glossary, illustrations, 1 map 
Series Responsibility - PersonalLindop, Christine (editor) 
Series Statement TitleOxford Bookworms Library - Factfiles 
Item DescriptorWho will speak for the poor? Who will listen to slaves, and those who have no rights? Who will work for a future where everyone is equal? Who will give up his house, job, and money to fight for people who are shut out by everyone else? 'I will,' said Mohandas Gandhi. And he began to fight in a way the world had not seen before - not with weapons, and wild crowds, and words of hate, but with the power of non-violence. This is the story of a man who became the Father of the Nation in his own country of India, and a great leader for the whole world 
Formatted Content NoteSections Include- Introduction; From India to England (1869-1892); South Africa (1893-1894); Experiences of violence (1895-1898); Wars and books (1899-1910); Marching for change (1910-1914); Return to India (1915-1919); The great trial (1919-1922); The salt march (1924-1931); 'A message to all India' (1932-1939); Prison (1939-1944); Working for peace (1944-1946); 'My life is my message' (1947-1948); and Father of the nation (1948- and beyond)  
Level Content-AudienceEnglish Intermediate 
Subject Entry Graded readers;  Gandhi, Mohanatas Karamchand;  Gandhi, Mahatma Karamchand
Gandhi, Mahatma - Biography
Nationalists - India
Nationalists - Biography
Statesmen - India
Statesmen - Biography
India - Politics and government 
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