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Delhi: Adventures in a Megacity

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In an extraordinary portrayal of one of the world's fastest growing cities, Sam Miller sets out to discover the real Delhi. Following a spiral course through the city, he visits its less celebrated destinations; the unexpected, the ignored and the eccentric. Through his encounters with Delhi's people - from a professor of astrophysics to a crematorium attendant, from ragpickers to members of the Police Brass Band - Miller creates a richly entertaining portrait of what this megacity means to its residents. The modern Delhi he depicts, in all its humour and humanity, is one whose future concerns us all.

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Author(s):
Sam Miller
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
198x129x22
EAN-13:
9780099526742
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9780099526742
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
291
Publisher:
Random House

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In an extraordinary portrayal of one of the world's fastest growing cities, Sam Miller sets out to discover the real Delhi. Following a spiral course through the city, he visits its less celebrated destinations; the unexpected, the ignored and the eccentric. Through his encounters with Delhi's people - from a professor of astrophysics to a crematorium attendant, from ragpickers to members of the Police Brass Band - Miller creates a richly entertaining portrait of what this megacity means to its residents. The modern Delhi he depicts, in all its humour and humanity, is one whose future concerns us all.

Author(s):
Sam Miller
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
198x129x22
EAN-13:
9780099526742
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9780099526742
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
291
Publisher:
Random House

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