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Vintage book of Indian writing, 1947-1997 /
edited by Salman Rushdie and Elizabeth West.
London : Vintage, 1997.
xxii, 578 p. ; 20 cm.
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London : Vintage, 1997.
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A Look Inside
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Salman Rushdie was born in 1947 and in this anthology he has brought together the best Indian writing written since then through to the present day to coincide with the 50th anniversary of independence.
Main Description
A collection of the most brilliant Indian writing of the last 50 years, published to coincide with the anniversary of independence.
Table of Contents
Tryst with Destinyp. 1
With Pride and Prejudicep. 3
Toba Tek Singhp. 24
All about H. Hatterrp. 32
My Birthplacep. 61
Hungerp. 81
The Liarp. 96
Fellow-Feelingp. 102
Activities and Outingsp. 109
Games at Twilightp. 121
In the Mountainsp. 130
Big Billp. 148
The Perforated Sheetp. 163
Dr Salaamp. 182
The Assassination of Indira Gandhip. 203
The Collectorsp. 216
Ranna's Storyp. 243
The Trotter-Namap. 256
A Raj Quartetp. 292
Meatless Daysp. 302
Trying to Growp. 326
Sharmajip. 356
Sandeep's Visitp. 379
Nashawyp. 409
The Remains of the Feastp. 422
The Teacher's Storyp. 430
A Suitable Boyp. 453
Shaktip. 469
Unforced Errorsp. 506
One and a Halfp. 519
Abhilash Talkiesp. 535
Strange Happenings in the Guava Orchardp. 559
Biographical Notesp. 569
Acknowledgementsp. 576
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