Mayo became notorious for her polemical book Mother India (1927), in which she attacked Hindu society and religion, and .
Mayo became notorious for her polemical book Mother India (1927), in which she attacked Hindu society and religion, and the culture of India. Critics of Mayo accuse her works of being racist, pro-imperialist and Indophobic tracts that "expressed all the dominant prejudices of colonial society. The book was thus received enthusiastically by British authorities and propagated among Americans who related the movement for Indian independence with the American Revolution. The book prompted the publication of over fifty critical books and pamphlets and an eponymous film. It was burned in India and New York, along with an effigy of its author. It was criticized by.
Mother India, a polemical attack against Indian self-rule written by . historian Katherine Mayo.
Selections form Mother India. Selections form Mother India. Hind Swaraj, Freedom Movement.
Selections from Mother India book. Mother India, a polemical attack against Indian self-rule written by . historian Katherine Mayo, was met with a storm of controversy when it was published in 1927. The controversy generated still reverberates and thus is still worth revisiting, some fifty years after Indian independence. In responding to Mayo's argument laid out in Mother India, the leaders of the Mother India, a polemical attack against Indian self-rule written by .
Mother India was Margaret Mayo’s sequel to her very popular book on the Philippines The isles of fear ; the truth about the Philippines, by Katherine Mayo, illustrated from photographs : Mayo, Katherine, 1868?-1940 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive. By writing as a public health report she continued to play into the fears of Asian contagion which supported excluding Asians and imperial control of them. It also reprints a range of responses from Mayo's contemporaries. domestic, British Imperial, and Indian nationalist politics.
Mayo, Katherine, 1868?-1940. Uniform Title: Mother India. Personal Name: Mayo, Katherine, 1868?-1940. Varying Form of Title: Mother India. Publication, Distribution, et. New Delhi Personal Name: Mayo, Katherine, 1868?-1940. Personal Name: Sinha, Mrinalini, 1960
Teaching Journal: Katherine Mayo's Mother India (1927). Mohandas Gandhi had a harsh rejoinder to Katherine Mayo's notorious Mother India, a book that had a huge impact on American and British views of India in the late 1920s: Gandhi: This book is cleverly and powerfully written.
Teaching Journal: Katherine Mayo's Mother India (1927). The carefully chosen quotations give it the false appearance of a truthful book. But the impression it leaves on my mind, is that it is the report of a drain inspector sent out with the one purpose of opening and examining the drains of the country to be reported upon, or to give a graphic description of the.
The book created a sensation on three continents . Written against the demands for self-rule and Indian independence, Mayo pointed to the treatment of India's women, the untouchables, the animals, the dirt and the character of its nationalistic politicians.
Author: KATHERINE MAYO
Publisher: Kali for Women; 1 edition (March 1, 1998)
Pages: 298 pages
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