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    the novelist of the individual, just like as Mulk Raj Anand is the novelist of the social man.17 Anand’s humanism, his concern for the under-dogs, is reflected in all his novels, but Untouchable, Coolie and Two Leaves and a Bud are particularly significant in this regard. These novels deal...
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  • The barber's Trade union Summary
    ). 3. Mulk Raj Anand. Coolie, Arnold Associates, New Delhi, 24. 4. Mulk Raj Anand. Preface to Two Leaves and a Bud. (Delhi: Orient Paperbacks ), 2. 5. K.R.S. Iyengar. Indian writing in English ( Delhi: Sterling Publications, Private Limited ). 6. M.K. Naik, Mulk Raj Anand ( Arnold Heinemann ( India...
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  • Influence of Gandhism on Mulk Raj Anands Untouchable
    , Author to Critic: The Letters of Mulk Raj Anand (Writers Workshop Publications, 1973), p1. 4: See Preface to Untouchable (Penguin, 1939), pv. 5: See A Anand, Coolie (Penguin, 1993). 6: Interview with Anand, 8 March 2004. 7: Apology, as above, pp32-35. 8: As above. 9: Interview with Anand, as above. 10: See A Anand, Across the Blackwaters (Orient Paperbacks, 2004), and also The Village and The Sword and the Sickle. ...
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    De Quincy | Confidential Clerk | T.S. Eliot | Confrontation with Pakistan | Gen. B.M. Kaul | Conquest of Happiness | Bertrand Russell | Conquest of Self | Mahatma Gandhi | Conservationist | Nadine Gordimer | Continent of Circle | Nirad C.Chaudhuri | Coolie | Mulk Raj Anand | Count of Monte...
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  • Indian Lit. in English - Untouchable
    several world languages. Untouchable (1935) Coolie (1936) Two Leaves and a Bud (1937) The Village (1939) Across the Black Waters (1940) The Sword and the Sickle (1942) Private Life of an Indian Prince (1953) The Indelible Problem: Mulk Raj Anand and the Plight of Untouchability Andrew M...
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  • Indian Writing in English
    three volumes, Tagore set the pace of the modern short story in India. His famous novels, Gora and Ghare Baire reflect the genius of a supreme visionary. In 1930s emerged the first major figures in the field of English literature in the shape of the "Big Three" of Indian fiction: Mulk Raj Anand...
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  • Exploitation of Teenagers as Reflected in Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable and Coolie
    Exploitation of Teenagers as Reflected in Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable and Coolie Our Indian society is far better than the rest of the universe from the point of view of culture as well as conventions and ways of living but on the other side, if we glance into our society, it has...
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  • Guddu
    International Referred Research Journal ISSN- 0974-2832 VoL.II *ISSUE -18, July,2010 Research Paper—English OVERCOMING MARGINALITY : THE BARBER’S TRADE UNION * Dr. Padamwar U. D. Mulk Raj Anand is one of the most prolific of contemporary Indo-English writers, he has made a significant...
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    Translation Unit-I (20 Marks) 1. N.C. Chaudhuri – The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian. 2. Raja Rao – Kanthapura. 3. Sarojini Naidu – Selected Poems Unit-II (40 Marks) 1. Bankimchandra – Rajmohan’s Wife. 2. Mulk Raj AnandCoolie. 3. Kamala Markandeya – Nectar in a Sieve. 4. Girish Karnad: The Fire...
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  • Because I Could Not Stop for Death by Emily Dickens
    . R.Parthasarathy.  Fiction Mulk Raj Anand : Coolie Raja Rao : Kantapura R.K. Narayan : The English Teacher Kamala Markandaya: A Handful of Rice.  Prose Detailed Study: Ananda Commarasamy Aurobindo:The Dance of Shiva (The Title Essay)  Non...
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  • The Various Phases of the Development of the Indian English Novel
    spiritual prose of Tagore and the pacifist dictums preached by Gandhi. With the coming of Mulk Raj Anand, Raja Rao and R.K.Narayan, the Indian English novel had begun its journey. In “Coolie” by Mulk Raj Anand, the social disparity in India is laid bare. In R.K.Narayan’s imaginary village Malgudi...
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  • The Art of Opposition: Progressive Politics and Poetry from 1931-47
    meeting, Mulk Raj Anand published an essay looking back on the failures and success of the group. In this piece he asserts “It is a measure of the understanding of the implications of the manifesto by our members not only in their critical elaborations but in the creative work of the last two years...
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  • Indian Authors and the Evolution of the Indian English Novel
    Derozio, the spiritual prose of Tagore and the pacifist dictums preached by Gandhi. With the coming of Mulk Raj Anand, Raja Rao and R.K.Narayan, the Indian English novel had begun its journey. In “Coolie” by Mulk Raj Anand, the social disparity in India is laid bare. In R.K.Narayan’s imaginary village...
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  • Indian English Novel
    , Mulk Raj Anand, the journey of Indian English Novel began. The early Indian novels which were merely patriotic gained a rather contemporary touch with the coming of Mulk Raj Anand, Raja Rao and R.K.Narayan. The social disparity of India which was aptly described by Mulk Raj Anand in his "Coolie...
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    clarity and immediate effectiveness. Regarding themes and characters, there has been a conscious shift from the city to the village or a sharp contrast between the two. The works of Venkataraman, R.K. Narayan, Mulk Raj Anand, Kamala Markandeya are suitable example. In some novels, Gandhian thoughts...
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  • Exploitation of teen agers
    CHAPTER – II THE NOVELS OF MULK RAJ ANAND (1905-2004) “….there were no black or white people, no yellow or brown people, not even French and German, English and Hindustanis and Chinese and Japanese but there were only two races and two religions in the world, the rich and the poor…” The...
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  • Local Colour
    growth of Indo-English fiction. But the significant novelists of this period were Mulk Raj Anand, R.K.Narayan and, RajaRao, the 'big three', who tried to give it an identity. R.K.Narayan's novels reflect Indian social life. As M.K.Naik observes, R.K.Narayan is a "single minded practitioner of the...
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  • Pioneers Trio of Indian English Fiction
    novelists- Mulk Raj Anand, R.K. Narayan and Raja Rao, came to light during this phase. It was, in fact, during this period that Indian English fiction discovered some of its most significant themes such as the ordeal of the freedom-struggle, East- West relationship, the communal problem and the...
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  • Essay
    | Rabindranath Tagore | Coolie | Mulk Raj Anand | Court Dancer | Rabindranath Tagore | Crescent Moon | Rabindranath Tagore | Convenient Action:Gujarat's Response to Climate Change | Narendra Modi | Devadas | Sarat Chandra Chatterjee | Durgesh Nandini | Bankim Chandra Chatterjee | Dharmashastra...
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  • Indian English Literature: Changing Trends and History
    , class and religion. The novels of Mulk Raj Anand produced during pre-independence period extensively deal with several aspects of social reform such as exploitation of the untouchable, the landless peasants, tea garden workers and the problems of industrial labour. Untouchable, Coolie, Two Leaves &amp...
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