Bangladesh - Further reading
Further reading on Bangladesh
Bangladesh: Reflections on the Water by James J Novak is the best all-round introduction to the country.
A Quiet Violence by Betsy Hartmann and James Boyce is the account of two Americans who lived for nine months in a small rural village.
Taslima Nasreen's Lajja (Shame) is set during the 1992 Ayodhya stoush in India. The book is banned in Bangladesh and its author is hiding in exile.
The Rickshaws of Bangladesh by Robert Gallagher is a fascinating study of the ubiquitous rickshaw and its impact on the economy and society.
A Tale of Millions by Rafiqul Islam is the story of the War of Liberation told by a senior army officer.