2 edition of India, a literary companion found in the catalog.
India, a literary companion
Travels in India; by a British journalist.
|Other titles||Literary companion India.|
|LC Classifications||DS414 .P26 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||92903295|
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India: A Literary Companion An anthology of writing about India, which includes contributions from the famous such as E.M. Forster and Kipling, and also unpublished diaries of colonial housewives, letters, and reflections by returning exiles.
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India: A Traveler’s Literary Companion features 14 short stories from some of India’s best writers, collectively offering an insightful portrait of the beauty and complexity The latest book in the acclaimed series of literary travel guides brings together a delightful sampling of short fiction from one of the world’s most diverse, multicultural, and storied civilizations.4/5.
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Supported by an essay on Indian literatue by the eidtor and a foreword by the novelist Anita, Desai, India: a Traveller's Literary Companion is not just the crystallization of a theme, but also an idead short introduction to modern Indian fiction.
Thursday, 3 February India: A Traveller’s Literary Companion – A Review Harper Collins has come up with a collection of short stories, which audaciously seek, in the words of Anita Desai who has written the foreword, to 'present India'.
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