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Charles Freer Andrews


Compiled by the Right Reverend Terry M. Brown
Retired Bishop of Malaita

C.F. Andrews: Minister of Reconciliation.
By John S. Hoyland.
London: Allenson & Co., 1940.

The Man India Loved, C. F. Andrews.
By John S. Hoyland.
London: Lutterworth Press, 1944.

C.F. Andrews: Friend of India.
By Nicol Macnicol.
London: James Clarke, c. 1945.

Charles Freer Andrews: a Narrative
By Banarasidasa Caturvedi and Marjorie Sykes.
New York: Harper, 1950.

Mahatma Gandhi and C.F. Andrews: a Study in Hindu-Christian Dialogue.
By K L Seshagiri Rao.
Patiala: Punjabi University, 1969.

Andrews Centenary Exhibition.
Santiniketan: Sobhanlal Ganguli, c.1970.

C.F. Andrews: His Life and Times.
By Chandra Roy Choudhury.
Bombay: Somaiya Publications, 1971.

C.F. Andrews Centenary Volume, 1871-1971.
Calcutta: Deenabandhu Andrews Centenary Committee, 1972.

The Ordeal of Love: C.F. Andrews and India.
By Hugh Tinker.
Delhi and London: Oxford University Press, 1979.

Gandhi and Charlie: the Story of a Friendship.
Edited by David McI. Gracie.
Cambridge, MA: Cowley Publications, 1989.

Gospel, Raj, and Swaraj: the Missionary Years of C.F. Andrews, 1904-14.
By Daniel O’Connor.
Frankfurt am Main and New York: P. Lang, 1990.

S.K. Rudra, C.F. Andrews and M.KGandhi: Friendship, Dialogue and Interiority in the Question of Indian Nationalism.
By Susan Visvanathan.
Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 37(34), 24 August 2002.

A Clear Star: C. F. Andrews and India 1904-1914.
By Daniel O’Connor.
New Delhi: Chronicle Books, 2005.

The Relation of Christianity to the Conflict Between Capital and Labour: Burney Prize Essay, 1894.
London: Methuen, 1896.

Letter to the Editor.
Civil and Military Gazette, Lahore, 1906.

The Ideal of Indian Nationality.
Allahabad: Indian Press, 1907.

India and England: Some Moral Aspects of the Economic Relation.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1908.

North India.
London: A.R. Mowbray, 1908. [External link]

The Historical Character of the Gospel Established from Non-Christian Sources.
Madras: Christian Literature Society for India, 1910.

Introduction to Complete Works of Swami Rama.
Delhi: Amir Chand, 1910-1911.

India in Transition.
London: Richard Clay and Sons, 1910.

The Renaissance in India: Its Missionary Aspect.
London: Church Missionary Society, 1912. [External link]

The Motherland and Other Poems.
Allahabad: Indian Press, c. 1914.

Documents Relating to the Indian Question.
Cape Town: Cape Times, 1914.

Report on Indentured Labour in Fiji: an Independent Enquiry.
Calcutta: Star Printing Works and Madras: Anti-Indenture League, 1916.

Phijī Meṃ Bhāratīya Mazadūra.
[Hindi translation of Indian Labour in Fiji published in the Modern Review.]
Hātharasa: Bhāratabandhu Kāryālaya, 1918.

Fiji Indentured Labour: a Supplementary Statement (with Florence E. Garnham).
Calcutta: no publisher, 1919.

Madras: Ganesh, c. 1920. [External link]

Bunch of Letters to Rabindranath Tagore and M.K. Gandhi.
Calcutta: Deenabandhu Andrews Centenary Committee, [192-].

The Drink and Opium Evil.
Madras: Ganesh & Co., 192-.

Indian Independence: the Immediate Need.
Madras: Ganesh & Co., 192-.

The Asiatic Question.
Durban: Commercial Printing Company, c. 1920.

The Indian Question in East Africa.
Nairobi, Swift Press, 1921.

The Only Way to Swaraj.
Dacca: Mattree-Bhandar, 1921.

The Meaning of Non-Co-operation.
Madras: Tagore & Co., 1921.

The Oppression of the Poor.
Madras: Ganesh & Co., c. 1921.

To the Students.
Madras: S. Ganesan, 1921. [External link]

How India Can Be Free.
Madras: Cambridge Press, c. 1921.

Intiyāvukku svātīn̲am atan̲ avasaram.
[Tamil version of  How India Can Be Free.]
Cen̲n̲ai [Madras]: Kaṇēṣ Kampen̲i, [1921].

Bhāratadēśa Svātantryamu: Āṅglamu Nuṇḍi Anuvādimpam̐baḍinadi.
Cennapuri: Upēndra Pracuraṇālayamu, 1921.

Hakim Ajmal Khan: a Sketch of His Life and Career.
Madras: G.A. Natesan & Co., 1922.

The Claim for Independence: Within or Without the British Empire.
Madras: Ganesh & Co, c. 1922.

Indians in South Africa.
Madras: Ganesh & Co, c. 1922.

Madrāsu: Upēndra Pracuraṇālayamu, [1922].

Guru-ka-Bagh ...
[Punjabi version of What Led Up to the Guru-ka-Bagh Affair.]
Amritsar: Onkar Press, c. 1922.

Pūrṇa Svātantryamu.
Tenāli: Rajata Mudrākṣaraśāla, 1923.

Introduction to Poems from Tagore.
Calcutta: Macmillan, 1923.

The Leader of the Non-Cooperation Movement in India [on Gandhi].
International Review of Missions, Vol. 13(2), April 1924, pp. 190-204.

Christ and Labour.
London: Student Christian Movement, 1924.

Editor’s Preface to Letters from Abroad, by Sir Ravindranatha Thakura.
Madras: S. Ganesan, 1924.

Assam Congress Opium Enquiry Report: September, 1925.
Cinnamara, Assam: R.K. Hatibarua, 1925.

The Opium Question.
Contemporary Review, Vol. 128, 1925, pp. 155-169.

1926: Gandhian Thought.
Delhi: Akashdeep Publications., 1926.

South Africa Its Parties, Politics & Politicians.
Bombay: Bombay Imperial Indian Citizenship Association, 1926.

Presidential Address at the 2550th Anniversary of Gautama, the Lord Buddha: (Wednesday 26th May, 1926).
Bombay: Bombay Buddhist Society, 1926.

Documents Relating to the New Asiatic Bill and the Alleged Breach of Faith.
Cape Town: Cape Times, c. 1926.

The Opium Evil in India: Britain's Responsibility.
London: Student Christian Movement, 1926.

The Agreement Between India and South Africa.
International Review of Missions, Vol. 16(3), July 1927, pp. 339-349.

Mahatma Gandhi's Ideas, Including Selections from His Writings,
London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1929.

Zaka Ullah of Delhi, With an Introductory Memoir by the Late Maulvi Nazir Ahmad.
Cambridge: H. Heffer & Sons, 1929.

India’s Emigration Problem.
Foreign Affairs, Vol. 8(3), April 1930, pp. 430-441.

India and the Simon Report.
London: G. Allen & Unwin and New York: Macmillan, 1930. [External link]

Indië en de Strijk Tegen het Westen.
Arnhem: Van Loghum Slaterus' Uitg.-Mij, 1930.

Mahatma Gandhi's Tanker med Uddrag af Hans Skrifter.
[Danish translation of Mahatma Gandhi’s Ideas]
Copenhagen: Hagerup, 1931.

Mahatma Gandhi At Work.
International Affairs, Vol. 11(1), January 1932, p. 152.

What I Owe To Christ.
New York and Cincinnati: Abingdon, 1932.

Mahatma Gandhis Lehre und Tat.
[German translation of Mahatma Gandhi’s Ideas]
Leipzig: Insel-Verlag, 1932.

Missions in India To-day.
International Review of Missions, Vol. 22(2), April 1933, pp. 189-200.

Min Gæld til Kristus.
[Danish translation of What I Owe to Christ.]
Copenhagen: G.E.C. Gad, 1933.

Christ in the Silence.
New York: Abingdon Press, 1933.

M.-K. Gandhi à l'oeuvre. Suile de sa ie écrite par lui-même.
Paris: Rieder, 1934.

Sadhu Sundar Singh: a Personal Memoir.
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1934.

The Zanzibar Crisis.
Allahabad: Kitabnistan, 1934.

Sadhu Sundar Singh: Personliga Minnen.
[Swedish translation of Sadhu Sundar Singh: a Personal Memoir.]
Uppsala: J. A. Lindblad, 1934.

The Indian Earthquake.
London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1935.

India and Britain: a Moral Challenge.
London: Student Christian Movement Press, 1935. [External link]

En Inde Sinistrée.
Lausanne: Editions la Concorde, 1935.

Notes on Christ and Prayer, the Practice of Prayer, Devotional Reading of the Bible.
[Wellington]: New Zealand Student Christian Movement, [1936].

Christ and Prayer.
London and New York: Harper, 1937.

Kristus Och Bönen.
[Swedish translation of Christ and Prayer.]
Stockholm: no publisher, 1937.

India and the Pacific.
London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1937.

Christ and Human Need.
New York: Harper, 1937.

The Challenge of the North-West Frontier: a Contribution to World Peace.
London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1937.

John White: Banbrytaren i Mashonalandet.
Uppsala: J. A. Lindblad, 1937.

The Need of Penitence.
International Review of Missions, Vol. 27(3), July1938, pp. 506-508.

The Rise and Growth of the Congress in India.
London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1938.

‘The Hindu View of Christ’.
International Review of Missions, Vol. 28(2), April, 1939, pp. 259-264.

The True India: a Plea for Understanding.
London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1939.

Det rigtige Indie : Et Bidrag til Forstaaelse.
[Danish translation of The True India: a Plea for Understanding.]
Copenhagen: Gad, 1939.

The Inner Life.
London: Hodder  & Stoughton, 1939.

Sandhya Meditations at the Christukula Ashram.
Madras:  G.A. Natesan, 1940.

The Good Shepherd.
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1940.

Devotional Addresses (with Savarirayan Jesudason and Ernest Forrester-Paton).
Tirupattur: Christu-Kula Ashram, 1941.

The Sermon on the Mount.
London: G. Unwin & Allen, 1942.

Sadhu Sundar Singh, el Hombre que se Parecía a Cristo.
[Spanish translation of Sadhu Sundar Singh: a Personal Memoir.]
Mexico City: Ediciones Alba, 1945.

Was Ich Christus Verdanke.
[German translation of What I Owe to Christ.]
Bad Pyrmont (West Germany): L. Friedrich, 1947.

Het Iinnerlijk Leven.
[Dutch translation of The Inner Life.]
Amsterdam: Ten Have, 1947.

A Pilgrim’s Progress.
Agra: S.L. Agarwala, 1947.

我所體驗的基督 / Wo suo ti yan de Jidu.
[Chinese translation of What I Owe to Christ.]
Shanghai: 靑年協會書局/ Qing nian xie hui shu ju, [1948].

Sadhu Sundar Singh ... Kimetungwa na Rafiki Wawili.
(A Short Life of Sundar Singh. Swahili abridgement.)
London: Longmans, Green, 1949.

Zakaʼullah Dihlavi.
[Urdu translation of Zaka Ullah of Delhi.]
Karachi: Taʻlīmī Markaz, 1952.

John White of Mashonaland.
New York: Negro Universities Press, [1969].

Representative Writings (compiled and edited by Marjorie Sykes).
New Delhi: National Book Trust, 1973.

The Testimony of C.F. Andrews (introduced by Daniel O’Connor).
Madras: Published for the Christian Institute for the Study of Religion and Society, Bangalore, by Christian Literature Society, 1974.

C.F. Andrews, the Gandhian Thought: Social & Political Development.
Delhi: Akashdeep Publishing House, 1990.

Heart-Beats of India: C.F. Andrews' Articles in Foreign Periodicals.
Delhi: Konark Publishers, in association with National Gandhi Museum, New Delhi, 2005.

Impressions of British Guiana, 1930: an Emissary's Assessment (edited by Basdeo Mangru).
Chicago: Adams Press, 2007.

Tagore and the Visva-Bharati (compiled byTapan Kumar Chattopadhyay).
Kolkata: M.C. Sarkar & Sons, 2012. 

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