This book will place place Rita Banerji’s feet firmly and solidly on the world stage…in the position of people like Frederick Douglas…Simone De Beauvoir, Gloria Steinem. — The Word Worth Magazine, U.S.A. (click on’Editorials’ for the full, long review) –.
A long-delayed, clear-eyed examination of what has been going on in India, and why. — Intersections (Australia).
An extraordinary take on a subject..still a taboo.. a new interpretation of Indian history. — The Telegraph
She critiques what official versions tiptoe around. She is less than forgiving of Gandhi’s views on sex, for example, which she exposes as confused and misguided. — Tehelka.
She takes it on from every conceivable angle…makes excellent arguments on issues. — The Businessworld
READ ALL REVIEWS AND CITATIONS HERE. (click on the name of the magazine)
The Word Worth Magazine of Ideas and Arts (U.S.A.)
The Deccan Herald
The Big Issue North (U.K.)
First City, Jan 2009
Desh, Feb 17, 2009 (in bengali)
The Hindustan Times, March 09, 2009
The Telegraph (an interview)
The Dawn (Pakistan)
Mount Holyoke Quarterly (U.S.A.)