Language Politics, Elites, and the Public Sphere

Language Politics, Elites, and the Public Sphere

This Book Looks At The Relationship Between Linguistic Hierarchies, Textual Practices And Power In Colonial Western India And Looks At How Local Intellectuals Exploited Thir Middling Position Through Initiatives To Establish Newspapers And Influential Channels Of Communication. This Book Will Interest Readers Of Indian History, Cultural Politics, And Colonial Ideology.


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