The Jail Notebook and Other Writings
Bhagat Singh spent the last two years of his life in jail, awaiting execution. During this time, he and his comrades fought one of the most celebrated court battles in the annals of national liberation struggles, and used the court as a vehicle for the propagation of their revolutionary message. They also struggled against the inhuman conditions in the colonial jail, and faced torture and pain. Their heroism made them icons and figures of inspiration for generations to come.All this is well-known. What is not so well-known is that Bhagat Singh wrote four books in jail. Although they were smuggled out, they were destroyed and are lost forever. What survived was a Notebook that the young martyr kept in jail, full of notes and jottings from what he was reading.In the year of his birth centenary, LeftWord is proud to present his Notebook in an elegant edition. This edition has been checked against the copy preserved in the National Archives of India. The Notebook is richly annotated by Bhupender Hooja; and the annotations have been revised and updated for this edition.Also included are the most important texts that Bhagat Singh wrote in jail, Chaman Lal?s lucid introduction, the New York Daily Worker's reports and Periyar's editorial on the hanging.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
لم نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.
Bhagat Singhs Jail Notebook by Chaman Lal
And Other Writings
Statement Before the Session Court
To Make the Deaf Hear
Letter to Father
To Young Political Workers
am an Atheist
No Hanging Please Shoot Us
طبعات أخرى - عرض جميع المقتطفات
action Ajit Singh Arya Samaj Assembly atheist B.K. Dutta Bhagat Singh Bharat Sabha bombs bourgeois bourgeoisie British capitalist Civil Communist compromise comrades Congress criminal death democracy Dictatorship England English execution existence exploitation faith fight forces freedom French friends Gandhi Ghadar Party Govt hand hanged Hindu human ideal ideas Imperialism imperialist India Indian National Congress institution Jaidev Jail Notebook justice Karl Marx kill King labour Lahore Lahore Conspiracy Lala Lajpat Rai leaders Legislative Lenin liberty Long Live Revolution Lord Irwin Marx masses means murder nation natural never organised Parliament peace philosopher poet political principles prison proletariat punishment Punjab Ram Saran reforms religion revolutionary movements revolutionary party rule sacrifice Shiv Verma Singh’s slaves Social Contract socialist society sovereign Sovereignty struggle suffering Sukhdev supreme theory things Upton Sinclair vanity words workers writes wrote youth