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[The book] delineates how “hurt” is felt and constructed, what “sentiment” mean and where it comes from, and how Indian politics and the nature of its media shape the creation and response to “hurtful” speech.
The editors deserve applause for taking bold stances…this book, thus assumes a focal importance for anyone involved in work and discussions around issues related to free speech, violence and the law.
Their book explores the question of bodily feeling, of sentiment and its inevitable entwinement with politics and censorship in the current Indian scenario…. The collection of essays in this book coming from a wide range of intellectuals offer a well-balanced perspective on an issue that has become more relevant now than ever.