Resisting Domination: Peasants, Tribals and the National Movement in Orissa, 1920-1950
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From Google Books: "This book situates Orissa within the broad context of the national movement. In doing so it deals with a region neglected by serious historical inquiry. In particular, its focus on the peasants, tribals and the outcastes of this area makes it an important and pioneering work. Rich in empirical data, it draws from a wide range of sources, including folklore and oral evidence, to contour the complexities of popular perceptions."