Suketu Mehta - Maximum City PDF

Suketu Mehta - Maximum City PDF

Download Suketu Mehta - Maximum City PDF eBook

Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found is Suketu Mehta’s masterpiece that was first published in 2004. This narrative non-fiction book explores one of most “complicated” city in India, Mumbai (or also known as Bombay). This book achieved a very positive critical responses and it became one of the finalists for the most prestigious award, the Pulitzer Prize in 2005.

This book is a combination of various elements like memoir, travel writing, and also analysis on the social-political side of the city of Mumbai and the people who live there.

In his own writing, Mehta sets himself as a partially outsider to the city and at the same time as a person who was born and had his childhood there, when the city was still known as Bombay. Returning to his birth city after 21 years, as an adult, he has to deal with frustration in living his days in that very same city, of which population has grown to 18 million and has been plagued with pollution.

In Maximum City, Mehta bluntly details the slums, the political crisis (the party divisions that go along the Hindu versus Muslim conflict), the underworld criminals, and how the Bombay bombing in 1993 has affected the city. In his adventure, he meets many people with various backgrounds, from gang members to criminals to important political figures. From his encounters with those people, he is able to compile a larger, more detail view of a city that apparently to vast to have boundaries.

PDF eBook Details

(The page count for Maximum City PDF eBook might be different from the retail edition due to scanning or formatting.)
Author: Suketu Mehta;
Genre/Subject: Non-Fiction;
Language: English;
PDF Pages: 298;
File Size: 3 MB;

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  1. AnonymousJune 25, 2013

    link is broken

  2. Hi. The link is actually still working and the file is available.

    Try using the full link below:

    At the download page choose "Regular Download."

  3. Unable to download.Please help.!!

  4. I just checked it. The link's still working.

    If you have problem with the shortened link in the post, try using the full link below:

    If you still cannot access it, it is probably a browser or ISP issue.

  5. neither of the links are working. i'm trying to download the book and some silly pages are popping on the screen

  6. Hi. Sorry for this late reply.
    I just checked the link and it's working.
    Try the full link below:

    At the download page, choose "Regular Download".

    Hope that helps. :)

  7. The page says, “Your requested URL has been blocked as per the directions received from Department of Telecommunications, Government of India. Please contact administrator for more information.”
    Probably it is removed due to copyright infringement act.

  8. I just checked it and actually the download is still working. The file is still available.
    Maybe the link is blocked by your ISP or the authority in your country.

    You may still access the file by changing the DNS in your Internet properties. Or, if you're using Firefox, you can try add-on like anonymox.

  9. Replies
    1. You're welcome. Enjoy the book. :D