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Title: Book review: 'the purveyors of destiny: a cultural biography of the Indian railways'
Authors: Chatterjee, Arup K.
Keywords: Indian railways
Issue Date: 17-Oct-2018
Publisher: Routledge journal
Citation: Chatterjee, Arup K. (2017). The purveyors of destiny: a cultural biography of the Indian railways.Bloomsbury, India, pp. 332. Illust. Bibliog. Index Pb. Rs.599. ISBN 9789386349521.
Description: In The Purveyors of Destiny: A Cultural Biography of the Indian Railways, Arup K Chatterjee writes about the varying representations of the Indian rail network, from its conceptualisation by the British in the mid-nineteenth century to its representations across decades of Indian cinema. “Under the guise of nation-building, the railways were primarily tools of economic exploitation and moral policing,” he writes in his introduction to the book. “Even then, so many literary and cultural representations of nationhood would have been lost without [them].”
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/1971
ISBN: 9789386349521
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