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Letters on India

Description These letters are written by a well-known literary Indian giant Mulkraj Anand in 1940s. These letters, besides expressing the Indian nationalist pro-independence and anti-British, anti imperialist views of the author, also reveal his literary and intellectual brilliance. The essays are disturbing thought- provoking and are slightly less than objective as leonard Wolf has pointed out in the introduction.[edit]
Keywords The Peasant, New Barons, Rubbish Dump, Steel Frame, Silk Hatted Nationalism, All Fools Day, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-008427
Author Mulk Raj Anand
Year 1942
Script Roman
Language English
Length 19.0
Breadth 12.3
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         176
 
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