'This excellent study of agriaran class relations in north Bihar has some old-fashioned virtues. It is compellingly documented, lucidly written, and deals with issues that clearly matter - and not just to Indianists' - The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 'Anand Chakravarti has movingly and convincingly shown us that the Kosi River remains a "River of Sorrow" for the downtrodden in Aghanbigha' - Christopher V Hill, Contemporary South Asia This book, based on intensive fieldwork, examines the inter-connection between the social power wielded by members of the dominant land-owning caste and their practice of agrarian capitalism.
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(215mm x 139mm x 19mm)
SAGE Publications Inc
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