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An Ideal Boy: Charts from India

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A uniquely illuminating and hugely entertaining survey of a fascinating Indian phenomenon – Charts. Covering every imaginable subject these charts are found throughout India. Intended primarily as educational material, they also act as guides to morality and correct social behaviour and offer marvellous cautionary tales. Wonderfully unclassifiable, echoing naive art and ki ...more
Hardcover, 136 pages
Published January 1st 2002 by Dewi Lewis Publishing (first published October 15th 2001)
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A great tongue-in-cheek visual treat! Old health/hygiene/moral teaching charts from India. Quirky, dated, great fun.
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