Character Sketches Of Rusty By Ruskin Bond Essays and Term Papers

  • Ruskin Bond

    Ruskin Bond Ruskin Bond, born 19 May 1934 in Kasauli Distt Solan, is an Indian author of Britishdescent.[1] He is considered to be an icon among Indian writers and children's authors and a top novelist.In 1992 he received the Sahitya Akademi award for English writing, for his short stories collection...

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  • Ruskin Bond

    The Kitemaker - Ruskin Bond THERE WAS BUT ONE tree in the street known as Gali Ram Nathan ancient banyan that had grown through the cracks of an abandoned mosque—and little Ali's kite had caught in its branches. The boy, barefoot and clad only in a torn shirt, ran along the cobbled stones of the narrow...

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  • Ruskin Bond

    .............................................................................................................................................. Ruskin Bond attempts to analyze human psychology in his short stories; He deals with the elemental and impulsive life of man. He tells the stories objectively...

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  • Ruskin Bond

    Better perceived as the Indian 'William Wordsworth', Ruskin Bond was born in Kasauli in the then Punjab Province in the year 1934. Born to a first generation British migrant, Bond spent most of his childhood in amidst Himalayas. He was brought up at different places that included Jamnagar, Dehradun and...

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  • Ruskin Bond

    Introduction A lot has been written about Ruskin Bond, our very own Indian writer, whose writing s span over 50 years. His versatile, original and elegant style of writing has made him a favourite to readers around the world. Despite Bond's British background, he writes about India as an insider’s...

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  • Ruskin Bond

    |Ruskin Bond | |[pic] | |Ruskin Bond in a Meet the Author program at Sharjah International Book Fair, | |23 November 2011 ...

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  • Ruskin Bond

    ruskin bondRuskin Bond was born in Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh , on 19th May, 1934, and grew up in Shimla, Jamnagar, Dehradun and Mussoorie. As a young man, he spent four years in the Channel Island and London. He now lives in Landour, Mussoorie, with his adopted family.  In the course of a writing...

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  • ruskin bond

    Life and career Ruskin Bond was born in a military hospital in [Kasauli] to Edith Clerke and Aubrey Bond. His siblings were Ellen and William. Ruskin’s father was with the Royal Air Force. When Bond was four years old, his mother was separated from his father and married a Punjabi-Hindu, Mr. Hari, who...

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  • Character Sketches

    Character sketch of George - George was a bank clerk (who 'goes to sleep at a bank from ten to four each day, except Saturdays, when they wake him up and put him outside at two ') and was living in a back room of the same house. The landlady suggested that, to save money, the two might share a room...

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  • The Eyes Are Not Here by Ruskin Bond

    The Eyes R Not Here THE EYES ARE NOT HERE ABOUT THE POET: Ruskin Bond, born 19 May 1934, is an Indian author of British descent.   He is considered to be an icon among Indian writers and children's authors and a top novelist. In 1992 he received the Sahitya Akademi award for English writing, for his...

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  • Autobiography of Ruskin Bond

    Life and career Ruskin Bond was born in a military hospital in [Kasauli] to Edith Clerke and Aubrey Bond. His siblings were Ellen and William. Ruskin’s father was with the Royal Air Force. When Bond was four years old, his mother was separated from his father and married a Punjabi-Hindu, Mr. Hari, who...

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  • The Eyes Have It -- by Ruskin Bond

    The Eyes Have It (also known as The Girl on the Train & The Eyes Are Not Here) is a short story by Ruskin Bond that was originally published in Contemporary Indian English Stories. The narrator of this story, a blind man whose eyes were sensitive only to light and darkness, was going to Dehradun by train...

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  • Character Sketches by Kristina Levushkina

    Character Sketches by Kristina Levushkina Vera Elizabeth Claythorne – Vera is a former governess who is working as a “games mistress at a third-class school”. She got a letter from the Skilled Woman’s Agency to come to Indian Island and become Mrs. Owens’s secretary. When she got to the island...

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  • Character Sketches of Julius Caesar

    Murellus and Flavius Murellus and Flavius are two of the first characters we are introduced to. They enter and begin to chastise commoners for celebrating on a working day. Their first communal trait, arrogance, can be seen here, in the way that they address and respond to the people. It is obvious...

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  • The Great Gatsby character sketches

    The character I have chosen to study is Jordan Baker. She is a young 23-year old female golf champion, somewhat of a celebrity. At the time the story takes place Jordan Baker is a guest at the Buchanans’. The first time the reader and the narrator of the story, Nick Carraway, meet her is in the very...

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  • Tom Jones Character Sketches of Sophia and Molly

    In the novel Tom Jones, two female characters had a great impact on the story. They were Miss Sophia Western and Miss Molly Seagrim who differed in very many ways. These traits became distinct when matters concerned with physical appearance, family, and their feelings about things as well as...

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  • Silver Sword Character Sketches First Few Chps

    THE SILVER SWORD CHARACTER SKETCHES Joseph:- Joseph Balicki was the head of the Balicki family. He was the Headmaster of a Primary School in Warsaw. Joseph and his Swiss wife Margrit had three children, Edek, Ruth, and Bronia. He was bundled off to a prison...

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  • Octavius Ceasar and Mark Antony - Character Sketches

    waning Republic. It is a masculine, taciturn, and seemingly pleasureless place: fittingly, it is the seat of Octavius's realm. While Octavius's character often seems pale in comparison with Shakespeare's portraits of Antony and Cleopatra, he is vital to the play, for he functions both as Antony's antagonist...

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  • One of the Best Loved Writers for Childern and Adults Is Ruskin Bond

    One of the best loved writers for childern and adults is Ruskin Bond. Bond has forged an enduring relationship with the hills of North India by living in a hill station there. His vivid description of Nature and people, and gentle humour are characteristics of his writing. He has written several novels...

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  • The Picture of Dorian Grey Character Sketches Through Their Phrases I

    bad beginning for a friendship, and it is far the best ending for one. I choose my friends for their good looks, my acquaintances for their good characters, and my enemies for their good intellects. A man cannot be too careful in the choice of his enemies. None of us can stand other people...

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