Rajiv | Study Guide

Sonia Gandhi

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Overview

Author

Sonia Gandhi

Year Published

1992

Type

Nonfiction

Genre

Biography, Memoir

Perspective and Narrator

Rajiv is narrated in the first person by the author, Sonia Gandhi.

Tense

The author uses the past tense to recount the events in Rajiv.

About the Title

Rajiv refers to the subject of the book, Rajiv Gandhi. It is a photobiography: a portrait in words and images of Rajiv's life as a much-loved husband and father, as a young political figure, and as prime minister of India.

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