The Man India Loved C.F. Andrews
London and Redhill, Lutterworth Press. 1944. Hardcover. Book, First Edition. Frontis port, Biographical Note: C.F. Andrews, chapter heading include Maulvi, Punkah Puller, G.K. Gokhale, Coolie, Moplah, Panchami, Plague, Famine, Flood Fire, Drink, Pestilence, Earthquake,Delhi Sweeper, Tea-Coolie, Jute-Worker, Steel-Worker, Trade Union Leader and Leper. Charles Freer Andrews (1871-1940) former British missionary in India and Africa became a close friend of both Tagore and Gandhi and played a significant role in international peace-keeping activities. John S. Hoyland (1887-1957) was a Christian missionary in England, the USA and Britain. The book concists of impressions of him by a wide variety of people, mainly Indian. A prolific writer, he authored more than sixty books as well as many articles, poems and stories. Very Good.
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Keywords: Biography British Missionaries Independence Movement Tagore Gandhi