The Ordeal of Love

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"This biography records the life of an unusual man - C. F. Andrews - who came to India as an Anglican priest in 1904 and was one of those very rare personalities respected both within Indian nationalist circles and official British ones." "A close friend of Gandhi, Tagore and other eminent Indian...
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"This biography records the life of an unusual man - C. F. Andrews - who came to India as an Anglican priest in 1904 and was one of those very rare personalities respected both within Indian nationalist circles and official British ones." "A close friend of Gandhi, Tagore and other eminent Indians of the time, Andrews never ceased to champion the Indian cause for independence and, in a broader sense, the cause of all downtrodden peoples against oppression." "Based on archival sources including Andrews' voluminous correspondence, the study reveals a man abounding in love for all humanity, with a capacity for enduring human relationships and an utter guilelessness and simplicity." --Book Jacket.
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AuthorHugh Tinker
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