Dimensions: 21 cm
Weight: 90 g
Pages: 153

Jungle Republic a fable of now



Jungle Republic a fable of now


Mankind has eternally been searching for a ruling system. A fable in form and so allegorical in spirit, Jungle Republic: a fable of now, mainly, demystifies democracy. Democracy has evolved as a major substitute to kingship, but this powerful story exposes how the immature democracy has ultimately given birth to many Rajahs. The question, thus, raised is: Is mankind mature and selfless enough to sustain democracy? All schemes are declared with inbuilt promise of the betterment of masses, but, as it unfolds in the course of this fable, ultimately it is the classes who utilise the system for their benefits. Jungle Republic: a fable of now, unfolds the tragedy of mankind through powerful plot, interesting turn of events and lucid language.
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