The language of disenchantment Protestant literalism and colonial discourse in British India /

'The Language of Disenchantment' explores how Protestant ideas about language inspired British colonial critiques of Hindu mythological, ritual, linguistic, and legal traditions.

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Main Author: Yelle, Robert A.
Corporate Authors: American Academy of Religion., Oxford University Press.
Format: Book Electronic
Language:English
Published: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013.
Series:Reflection and theory in the study of religion
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Call Number: BL1215.C76 Y45 2013eb
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