Autobiography by Baby Kamble written originally in Marathi. The present text is translated by Maya Pandit. Like most Dalit autobiographies, The Prisons We Broke is an expression of protest against the inhuman conditions of existence to which the Hindu caste system has subjected the Dalits for thousands of years. 

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Baby Kamble

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English

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Publication/Creation date

2009

No of pages

178

ISBN / ISSN

9788125033905

No of copies

1

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translated text, 

biography

The Prisons We Broke
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The Prisons We Broke

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