• R.K.Narayan and Swami and Friends
    In this regard Narayan gets deeply into the workings of Swami's ten year old mind, explaining exquisitely how he thinks and what his perspective of the world is. The reader does feel like Swami and gets very attached with the character as the story progresses. That's the magic of Narayan. Significance...
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  • R K Narayan
    R. K. Narayan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Not to be confused with K. R. Narayanan. R. K. Narayan | | Born | Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Narayanaswami 10 October 1906 Madras, British India (now Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India) | Died | 13 May 2001 (aged 94) Chennai...
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  • R.K.Narayan
    R. K. Narayan The Indo-Anglian Novel Today a good number of Indians use the English language to express their experience of life. Their writings have developed into a substantial literature and are referred to as Indo-Anglian literature. The term Indian English literature is also used to refer...
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  • Rk Narayan's Swami and Friends
    I N T R O D U C T I O N —— A novelist of all humanity R. K. Narayan’s novels are like a box of Indian sweets: a highly-coloured container conceals a range of delectable treats, all different in a subtle way, but each one clearly from the same place. There are fourteen novels in the oeuvre – enough...
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  • Horse
    A Horse and Two Goats is one of the gems from R.K. Narayan`s kitty. The author has contributed immensely to the development of literature by the dint of his irony and humour. `A Horse and Two Goats` reflects the conversation between Muni and a red-faced American depicting the differences in their thoughts...
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  • Research Paper
    “LOVE MAKES A BETTER HUMAN BEING” AN ANALYSIS OF R. K. NARAYAN’S NOVEL THE ENGLISH TEACHER. Name- Miss.S. Ranjitha Reg. No- 5871 The Research article, “Love makes a better human being” An analysis of R.K. Narayan’s novel the English teacher is submitted to the Advanced Technology Institute...
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    series)}} {{Infobox book | | name = Malgudi Days | image = Malgudi Days.jpg | caption = ''Italic text'' | author = [[R. K. Narayan]]f | illustrator = | cover_artist = | country = [[India]] | language = [[English language|English]] | series = |...
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  • Essay
    | Indian novelist. Rasipuram Krishnaswami Narayan (professionally R. K. Narayan) was one of India's leading novelists throughout the latter half of the twentieth century. He was born of Tamil Brahman parents in Madras...
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  • R.K Narayan
    R. K. Narayan R. K. Narayan (born 1906) is one of the best-known of the Indo-English writers. He created the imaginary town of Malgudi, where realistic characters in a typically Indian setting lived amid unpredictable events. Rasipuram Krishnaswami Narayanswami, who preferred the shortened name R.K...
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  • Waiting for Mahatma
    Mahatma by R K Narayan - Book Review R K Narayan's novels, which involve various types of people from a fictitious town called Malgudi, are a delight to read. "Waiting for the Mahatma" is another realistic novel set during the freedom struggle days. I was surprised by noting R K Narayan handling a...
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  • Rk Narayan
    language novelists. Early years R. K. Narayan was born in Madras (now known as Chennai), Madras Presidency, British India.[1] His father was a school headmaster, and Narayan did some of his studies at his father's school. As his father's job required frequent moves, Narayan spent part of his childhood under...
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  • Cirime and Punishment
    R. K. Narayan PROFILE: * NAME: R.K. Narayan * OCCUPATION: Journalist, Author * BIRTH DATE: October 10, 1906 * DEATH DATE: May 13, 2001 * EDUCATION: Maharaja College of Mysore * PLACE OF BIRTH: Chennai, India * PLACE OF DEATH: Chennai, India ...
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  • R.K.Narayan and Swami and Friends
    Sarayu River, has the Ultimate Indian essence that captures the adventures of Swami and his Friends!!!! Since it was written before Independence, Narayan carefully manages to the weave the English influence on the characters. W.S.Swaminathan, of First Form A, Albert Mission School is basically a...
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  • Implications of Globelazation om India
    independent traditional country before globalization (Narayan, Rushdie, & Forester, n.d.). The Indian people were farmers, nomads, crafters, and food foragers; they shared land and were able to provide for their self and their community (Narayan et al., n.d.). Now, due to globalization and economy...
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    R.K. NARAYAN R. K. Narayan (10 October 1906 – 13 May 2001), full name Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Narayanaswami, was an Indian writer, best known for his works set in the fictional South Indian town of Malgudi. Narayan has been nominated for the Nobel Prize in...
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  • Essay
    Nehru | Gora | Rabindra Nath Tagore | Hind Swaraj | M K Gandhi | India 2020: A Vision for the New Millennium | Dr A P J Abdul Kalam & Dr Y S Rajan | India-From Midnight to the Millennium | Shashi Tharoor | Indian Home Rule | M K Gandhi | It is Always Possible | Kiran Bedi | Jajar, Churashir...
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  • Potrayol of Gandhi in Waiting for Mahatma
    Waiting for the Mahatma (1955) is perhaps the most controversial novel of R. KNarayan. Apart from its artistic merits and demerits (which are considerable), many Indian readers of the novel have felt dissatisfied with it and found it difficult to warm up to it particularly because of the way the Mahatma...
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  • Writings
    R.K.Narayan R. K. Narayan (10 October 1906 – 13 May 2001), shortened from Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Narayanaswami, was an Indian writer, best known for his works set in the fictional South Indian town of Malgudi. He is one of three leading figures of early Indian literature in English (alongsideMulk...
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  • English Teacher Review
    review-Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe and The English Teacher by R K Narayan. I choused The English Teacher to review as this novel is unfamiliar to me and I took it as a challenge. The English Teacher by the famous author R K Narayan is basically based on the life of a sensitive and sincere teacher...
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  • 'to Da-Duh, in Memoriam’ and ‘a Horse and Two Goats’ Present Conflict
    main characters, her and her grandmother as an autobiographical story told from the point of view of an adult looking back on a childhood memory. R K Narayan wrote ‘A Horse and Two Goats’ in 3rd person displaying verbal difference between Muni, a poor Tamil-speaking villager, and a wealthy English-speaking...
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