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Middle Class and the Social Revolution in Bengal: An Incomplete Agenda / মিডল ক্লাস এন্ড দি সোশ্যাল রেভল্যুশন ইন বেঙ্গালঃ এন ইনকম্পলিট এজেন্ডা
Middle Class and the Social Revolution in Bengal: An Incomplete Agenda By:Sirajul Islam Choudhury Book Type: Reference
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Book Code 12387
Publisher University Press / ইউনিভার্সিটি প্রেস লিমিটেড
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Published February, 2002
ISBN 9840516248
Page 180
Language English
Binding Hardcover
Price Tk. 250.00
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Middle Class and the Social Revolution in Bengal: An Incomplete Agenda
Serajul Islam Choudhury
ISBN 984 05 1624 8 2002 180pp 220x140mm HB Tk.250.00 US$20.00

Since the middle of the nineteenth century, the need for a social revolution has been felt and talked about by the middle class in Bengal. But, ironically, it was the middle class itself that has hindered the revolution. The state has changed in size and name but not in character, indicating that relationships within society have remained basically as they were before.
This book examines the double role of the Bengali middle class. Middle class’s participation in politics and achievements in the fields of education, literature and culture have been remarkable. Nevertheless, radical social transformation leading to economic advancement of the masses, liberation of the latent energies of the people and reduction in discrimination and inequality has not been on its agenda, despite public protestations to the contrary. The common man has felt the oppression of the social system in his bones but has remained unable to articulate his demands.
The narrative begins at the point in the nineteenth century when the Bengali middle class began to emerge as a class-in-itself and continues till the present time, taking 1947 and 1971 as turning points when the Muslim middle class found itself freer, first within the state of Pakistan and later setting up a state of its own. The story has a completeness, although it does not include what happened in West Bengal after 1947.

Serajul Islam Choudhury (b. 1936) has been guided by two passionswriting and teaching. He has written in English and Bengali on a wide variety of subjects, ranging from literature to politics and has more than fifty books to his credit. Dr. Choudhury was educated at Calcutta, Dhaka, Leeds and Leicester. Having taught English literature at Dhaka University for over four decades, he has retired this year (2001). He has edited a number of literary and cultural journals, and written in national dailies.
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