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The Calcutta Review, an Illustrated Monthly, (Third Series), November & December 1931
Document Title The Calcutta Review, an Illustrated Monthly, (Third Series), November & December 1931
Document Type Journal
Language English
Publisher Name The University of Calcutta
Publication Date November 1931
Subject History
Title Pages Author / Editor
Dante 153 - 162 Louise Nelson Download PDF (448 KB)
India—the Gold Standard—the Present Crisis 163 - 186 B. Rau Download PDF (993 KB)
Abel Bergaigne and his Interpretation of the Vedas 187 - 197 P.C. Bagchi Download PDF (510 KB)
Nana Fadnavis and the Poona Vakils 198 - 212 Surath Sengupta Download PDF (622 KB)
Democracy in Early Buddhist Sangha 213 - 220 Gokul De Download PDF (354 KB)
Hafiz—his Life and Poetry 221 - 246 M. Shirazi Download PDF (920 KB)
Is there Life upon the Moon ? 247 - 250 Viola Cooper Download PDF (171 KB)
Art 251 - 252 R.K. Kunjappa Download PDF (81 KB)
The Jaina Account of Draupadi’s Marriage and Later Life 253 - 264 Amulyachandra Sen Download PDF (492 KB)
The Sonnets from the Portuguese 265 - 276 Lila Ray Download PDF (444 KB)
An Early Arabian Author, on the Indian System of Medicine 277 - 283 M.Z. Siddiqi Download PDF (277 KB)
The Eternal Call 284 - 295 Devendra Sen Download PDF (539 KB)
A Note on the Personal Relations of Warren Hastings and Sir Thomas Rumbold 296 - 305 A.P. Gupta Download PDF (455 KB)
The Dynamic in Rousseauism 306 - 329 D.N. Sengupta Download PDF (1.05 MB)
The Career of Dame Mary Scharlieb 330 - 332 Desmond Morse-Boycott Download PDF (108 KB)
Western Influence on Bengali Literature 333 - 347 Jayatakumar Gupta Download PDF (629 KB)
The Vicissitudes of Indo-German Trade 348 - 358 S.C. Bose Download PDF (439 KB)
Sikhism and the Problems of Religious Consciousness 359 - 369 Prakash Shastri Download PDF (385 KB)
Reviews 370 - 386 unknown Download PDF (789 KB)
Ourselves 387 - 391 unknown Download PDF (198 KB)
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