Regarded as the world’s greatest novelist and literary psychologist, Dostoevsky makes his works readable and enjoyable by presenting the political, social and religious issued of the 19th century Russia. This novel also comes in this line.
Drawing on unheard white house tapes, recently declassified documents, and investigative reporting, gary bass uncovers an astonishing story of superpower brinkmanship, war, scandal, and conscience. This is the definitive account of the build-up to the 1971 indo-pakistani war and the birth of bangladesh. In the midst of this cold war cataclysm, the bangladeshis became collateral damage, victims of power games played by nixon, kissinger, yahya khan and even indira gandhi. Revelatory, authoritative and compulsively readable, the blood telegram is a thrilling chronicle of a pivotal chapter in south asian history. Awardspulitzer prize finalista new york times notable book of the yeara washington post notable book of the yearan economist best book of the yeara financial times best book of the yeara new republic best book of the yeara kirkus reviews best book of the year