Sister Nivedita's influence on J. C. Bose's writings

  title={Sister Nivedita's influence on J. C. Bose's writings},
  author={Siladitya Jana},
  journal={Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology},
  • Siladitya Jana
  • Published 1 March 2015
  • Education
  • Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology
This article examines whether Sister Nivedita (1867–1911) played any role in the writing of the articles and books by J. C. Bose (1858–1937), an Indian scientist, during their long period of association (1898–1911). Here, the writings of J.C. Bose are studied from this perspective. It may be noted that the relation between Bose and Nivedita was personal in nature. Three important style markers—function words, punctuation marks, and usage of words are used to trace the changes in Bose's writing… 

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