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A town called Malgudi the finest fiction of R.K. Narayan by Rasipuram Krishnaswamy Narayan

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Published by Viking in New Delhi, New York, NY .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Malgudi (India : Imaginary place) -- Fiction.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementedited with an introduction by S. Krishnan.
ContributionsKrishnan, S., 1925-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR9499.3.N3 T69 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 642 p. ;
Number of Pages642
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL163104M
ISBN 100670889512
LC Control Number99939195

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Malgudi is a fictional town located in South India in the novels and short stories of R.K. Narayan. It forms the setting for most of Narayan's works. Starting with his first novel, Swami and Friends, all but one of his fifteen novels and most of his short stories take place here. Malgudi was a portmanteau of two Bangalore localities - Malleshwaram and Basavanagudi. Narayan has successfully portrayed Malgudi as a microcosm of India. Malgudi was created, as mentioned in Malgudi Country: India.   A Town Called Malgudi is a collection of two novels – Man Eater of Malgudi and Talkative Man and sixteen short stories written by R.K. Narayan at a varied pace. I would be reviewing the novels and short stories in separate reviews, but in the present review, I would like to concentrate on the Introduction written by the editor, S. Krishnan.   Books. Book review: R.K. Narayan's 'A Town Called Malgudi' Book review: R.K. Narayan's 'A Town Called Malgudi' Memories of a small town we all call home. advertisement. MADHU JAIN Septem ISSUE DATE: Septem UPDATED: Septem IST. A Town Called Malgudi. by Narayan R K (0) Price: LKR. 1, Quantity. Added to whishlist How do you rate this book? Review: Cancel Submit: A Town Called Malgudi - by Narayan R K (Press Esc) Price: LKR. 1, Quantity. Added to.

  A storyteller par excellence, Narayan’s greatest achievement perhaps lies in creating and peopling the imagined landscapes of a town called Malgudi, located somewhere in South India, which has come alive in story after story in such a way that it has now become a part of modern Indian s: 3. "Malgudi was an earth-shaking discovery for me, because I had no mind for facts and things like that, which would be necessary in writing about Malgudi or any real place. I first pictured not my town but just the railway station, which was a small platform with a banyan tree, a station master, and two trains a day, one coming and one going. The book consists of 32 stories, all of which take place in the fictional town of Malgudi, in southern India. Each story is meant to portray a different facet of life in Malgudi. The project has been adapted several times, beginning in when a few of the stories were adapted into a television series, also called Malgudi Days, which was. See all books authored by R.K. Narayan, including The Ramayana: A Shortened Modern Prose Version of the Indian Epic, and Malgudi Days, and more on A Town Called Malgudi. R.K. Narayan $ My Dateless Diary: An American Journey (India) R.K. Narayan $ - $ Mr. Sampath: The Printer of Malgudi. R.K. Narayan.

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