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Between empire and revolution [electronic resource] : a life of Sidney Bunting, 1873-1936 /
by Allison Drew.
London : Pickering & Chatto, 2007.
294 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
1851968938 (hard), 9781851968930 (hard)
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London : Pickering & Chatto, 2007.
1851968938 (hard)
9781851968930 (hard)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-280) and index.
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'Allison Drew has written an unbelievably detailed chronicle of Sindey's life. It is an engaging life of an outstanding personality.'
'a painstakingly researched account of Bunting's family background and life, filled with information drawn from a wide range of mainly documentary sources'
'Drew's excellent biography of Bunting captures the extraordinary paradoxes of his life ... superbly researched and beautifully written.'
'Unquestionably this very readable volume will remain the authoritative scholarly study of Sidney Percival Bunting, one of South Africa's most remarkable communist pioneers.'
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A scholarly biography of Sidney Bunting. Bunting's life offers a unique perspective on the British Empire, illustrating the complex social networks and values that were carried across the world in the name of empire. He was a founding member of the South African Communist Party and campaigned for black emancipation.
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Empire Studies, South African Studies and the History of Communism
Table of Contents
To save souls
God and Gladstone
A classical boy
Imperial university
Fighting for empire
An Englishman in Johannesburg
A new gospel
The star in the East
The earth is the workers'
Fighting against empire
For a native republic
Into the wilderness
Falling from grace
A weary soul
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