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Published on Feb 20, 2012
Aman Sethi is Chattisgarh correspondent for The Hindu. His debut non-fiction book, A Free Man about itinerant laborers, is an account of the lives and philosophies of a city's unobserved residents. The book is a collation of Sethi's five year long research and friendship with Mohammed Ashraf - laborer, drifter, free thinker, alcoholic and others, who name the footpaths of Bara Tooti, Delhi their address.
A Free Man was published by Random House India. In his interview with Tehelka, Sethi talks about time, class and fund based politics.