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World Literature
  • Author:
    Mulk Raj Anand
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    8171891802
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    978-8171891801
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    Agents in U.S.A., Jean Johnson (1991)
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    85 pages
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Mulk Raj Anand (12 December 1905 – 28 September 2004) was an Indian writer in English, notable for his depiction of the lives of the poorer castes in traditional Indian society

Mulk Raj Anand (12 December 1905 – 28 September 2004) was an Indian writer in English, notable for his depiction of the lives of the poorer castes in traditional Indian society. One of the pioneers of Indo-Anglian fiction, he, together with R. K. Narayan, Ahmad Ali and Raja Rao, was one of the first India-based writers in English to gain an International readership.

Mulk Raj Anand, The Story of My Experiment With A White Lie. Indian Literature, Vo. N. ; 1967. 3. Mulk Raj Anand, The Story of My Experiment With A White Lie.

Anniversary Commemorative Volume

Anniversary Commemorative Volume. Saros Cowasjee's laudatory proposal to bring forth a commemorative volume of Mulk Raj Anand's two short novels, Lament on the Death of a Master of Arts and Death of a Hero, on his birthday will undoubtedly help readers to get acquainted with another challenging side of the celebrated author of Untouchable and Coolie. In this fascinating, informal approach to art appreciation, an eminent Indian scholar reveals the crucial difference between merely looking at and really seeing painting and sculpture, drawing and architecture.

Old Myth and New Myth: Letters from Mulk Raj Anand to K. V. S. Murti (Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1991). Gautam, G. Mulk Raj Anand's Critique of Religious Fundamentalism: A Critical Assessment of His Novels (Delhi: Kanti Publications, 1996). Anand to Alma: Letters of Mulk Raj Anand, ed. by Atma Ram (Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1994). Nine Moods of Bharata: Novel of a Pilgrimage (New Delhi: Arnold Associates, 1998). and Other Stories (New Delhi: Orient, 1998). George, C. Mulk Raj Anand, His Art and Concerns: A Study of His Novels (New Delhi: Atlantic, 1994).

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Mulk Raj Anand, who died yesterday aged 98, was the author of a series of grimly realistic novels about India in the 1930s which, with the aid of fashionable Marxist convictions, earned him a place on the fringes of London literary society

Mulk Raj Anand, who died yesterday aged 98, was the author of a series of grimly realistic novels about India in the 1930s which, with the aid of fashionable Marxist convictions, earned him a place on the fringes of London literary society.

Old Myth and New Myth: Letters from Mulk Raj Anand to . Murti, (correspondence), Writers Workshop, 1991. Shahid, Urdu Akadmi, 1995. Tales Told By an Idiot: Selected Short Stories, Jaico Publishing House, 1999. English Writer Mulk Raj Anand Reads from His Fiction, (sound recording made on December 20, 2000), Archive of World Literature on Tape, 2000. Also author of Kama Yoga, Aspect (Edinburgh), and Chitralakshana, National Book Trust.

The Lost Child by Mulk Raj Anand is a story about a little child who becomes a victim of an unfortunate event. He loses contact with his loved ones in a village fair. The story depicts the struggle of getting lost and separated from the comfort and security of one’s loved ones. It is the spring festival and the main attraction is the village fair. A massive crowd has gathered to partake in the festivities. There are people from different walks of life

Mulk Raj Anand was the last of the great figures who will forever be associated with the Bloomsbury world of. .

Mulk Raj Anand was the last of the great figures who will forever be associated with the Bloomsbury world of the 1930s. Anand was, however, far more than a slightly exotic figure flitting across the path of Virginia and Leonard Woolf, whom he assisted at the Hogarth Press, or . Eliot, with whom he occasionally lunched. Mulk Raj Anand was born in 1905, the third among the five sons of Lal Chand, a silversmith turned sepoy, and Ishwar Kaur, a deeply religious woman from the Sialkot region of central Punjab. He spent his early years in two cantonments, Mian Nir and Nowshera, and at the latter's primary school he first encountered European ideas and history.