By Mahatma Gandhi

ISBN-10: 1780938217

ISBN-13: 9781780938219

Well-known for his winning management of non-violent Nationalist resistance to British Imperial rule in India, Mohandas okay. Gandhi is among the so much iconic figures of the 20 th century. All males Are Brothers brings jointly a few of his most vital writings in one quantity. in addition to Gandhi's inspiring articulation of his philosophy of non-violent resistance and his recommendations on faith and theology, the publication additionally contains reflections on issues starting from politics, schooling, women's rights and expertise in addition to meditations on his personal existence. Now to be had within the Bloomsbury Classics sequence, the e-book additionally incorporates a word list of phrases and a quick chronology of Gandhi's lifestyles.

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12. 13. Coleridge, Biograpllia Literaria, ed. J. Engell and W. J. Bate, Collected Coleridge 4 (London and Princeton, NJ, 1983), Ch. X, i, 200. W. Allingham, Diary, quoted Tennyson: Interviews and Recollections, ed. N. Page (1983), p. 150. Peter Allen, The Cambridge Apostles: The Early Years (Cambridge, 1978), hereafter Allen; Paul Levy, Moore: G. E. Moore and the Cambridge Apostles (Oxford, 1979); Joyce Green, 'The Development of the Poetic Imagination in Tennyson, with particular reference to the Juvenilia and to the influence of Arthur Hallam', unpublished PhD thesis (1954) in Cambridge University Library.

6, quoting A. and E. M. Sidgwick, Henry Sidgwick: A Memoir (1906), pp. 34-5. James Pope-Hennessy, Monckton Milnes: The Years of Promise, 1809-1851 (1949), p. 17, quoting such expressions of romantic affection as 'Sir Jacob and I are inseparable, he is one of the dearest creatures I have ever seen. ' On Fitzroy's departure from Trinity in 1831, several of his friends were so affected that they burst into tears. See Unquiet Heart, p. 95, for further instances. See The Writings of Arthur Henry Hallam, ed.

Why sins? - and whither when the awful veil Floats on to him he sinks from earthly sight? Some are who never grow a whit more pale For thinking on the general mystery, Ground of all being; yet may I rather be Of those who know and feel that it is Night. 1 Tennyson seems to have had a point. The sonnet begins from something only like Shelley's last half-line. In the Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824), the text Hallam is mostly likely to have read, that half-line runs "'Then, what is life?

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