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Charlie Chaplin by Peter Ackroyd review – divine comedy, difficult man

Charlie Chaplin by Peter Ackroyd review – divine comedy, difficult man

A haunting biography captures the brilliance and the blemishes of a comic who fought his way from poverty to worldwide fame America, I am coming to conquer you’ … Charlie Chaplin in The Gold Rush (1925). Photograph: Sportsphoto Ltd/Allstar “In this year, 1915,” begins a chapter halfway through Peter Ackroyd’s concise, compelling new biography, “Chaplin became the most famous man… Read more →

Gandhi-Ambedkar Interface …when shall the twain meet?

Gandhian and Ambedkarian discourses are not antithetical.Both are concerned with the issue of emancipation. At present when the legitimacy of the emancipatory discourse is being challenged and the dominant discourse upholds capitalism,it is all the\more\ essential to broaden the scope of Gandhian and Ambedkarian discourses. Read the complete Article

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