• 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...
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    short summary of the story. Mention a special character, anecdote or a special part or all of them that you liked in the story stating your reason. STORY CHOOSEN- “THE EYES HAVE IT” by RUSKIN BOND WORD MEANINGS PAGE 1 STARTLED -To become alarmed...
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    Ruskin Bond, born 19 May 1934, is an Indian author of British descent.[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, "Our Trees Still Grow in...
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  • night train at deoli
    Night train at Deoli written by Ruskin Bond is a story about infatuation; it’s about those years of our lives. Story about an eighteen year old who goes through surreal experience. A experience he chooses to enjoy and till this day not stop hoping. Ruskin Bond narrates a story about one of his...
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  • Room on the Roof
    short story "Susanna's Seven Husbands". Bond appears in the movie with Priyanka Chopra, who kills "each of her seven husbands".[5] Bond had earlier collaborated with him in the 'The Blue Umbrella (film)' which was also based on his story. [edit] Notable works * The Eyes Have It (short story...
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  • Ruskin Bond’s Biographical Sketch Gulnaz Fatima Aligarh Muslim University, India
    write before about your writing, Ruskin, but forget… you have written in very small hand writing, as if you wanted to squeeze a lot of news into one sheet of letter-paper. It’s not good for you and for your eyes… I know your hand writing is good and that you come first in class for hand writing, but...
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  • Book Review
    Book review Charming tales of the growing-up years from India's best-loved children�s writer For several decades now, Ruskin Bond�s inimitable stories about Rusty have enthralled and entertained children. Rusty is a quiet, imaginative and sensitive boy who lives in his grandparents� custody in...
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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
    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...
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  • 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 short stories...
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  • The Kite Maker
    THE KITE MAKE Ruskin Bond (1934-1974) ________________________________________________________________________ About t6he author Ruskin Bond is a famous journalist and short story writer...
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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...
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    |Science Practical Skills | | | | [pic] [pic] [pic] [pic]’ Ruskin Bond author...
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  • the beautiful valley
    zug g ughaoidhgoaieutheuh ueta hadtph dp hgg hdau ghugda huadh gauodg houadgh uodpgh opudag hiduog hudg h dgh dgudugua huoaghuidh udh gpughauhoaiuhgduihgiadug hiug haguh idugh daoughdaough diugh diguh ‘The Night Train at Deoli’ by Ruskin Bond is a story of juvenilely extravagant passion exhibiting...
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  • english honours syllabus under CU
    ) Munshi Prem Chand: The Shroud Ruskin Bond: The Eyes are not Here Manik Bandyopadhyay: Primeval Gangadhar Gadgil: The Faceless Evening One question of 20 marks out of three Poetry: (from The Golden Treasury of Indo-Anglian Poetry & Modern Indian Literature: An Anthology, Chief Editor: K.M...
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  • Essay
    The Room On The Roof written by Ruskin Bond The Room On The Roof Top is a story about a 16yr old boy-Rusty. Who himself is English but lives with his caretaker in DehraDun. His caretaker being a typical strict and shrewd guardian,imposes forced discipline on him. Somehow Rusty meets a bunch of...
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  • Functional-Stylistic Peculiarities of Modern English Biographical Prose (on the Basis of Five Biographies of Oscar Wilde)
    Pater [Harris, 2007, p. 31]. In these particular passages concerning Mahaffy, Pater and Ruskin we do not find any description that would be borrowed from Mathew Arnold, for example, but the style, as I have said above, is obviously banal and in a sense it corresponds to what Frank Harris...
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  • Book Review Gulliver's Travels
    one was “the fight”. Since this short story was written by Ruskin Bond the language style of it was somehow heart-touching. I am not saying that I did not like “the princess September” at all. It was also interesting simultaneously. The main fact was the story of the fight was based on a typical...
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  • the eyes have it
    The Eyes Are Not Here” [also known as “The Girl on the Train” and “The Eyes Have It”] is a short story by Ruskin Bond, an Indian writer. The story exudes irony. The story uses first person point of view. Not far into the story, the reader discovers that the narrator is blind but apparently has not...
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  • Havard Citition
    one author in a sentence, and they are referred to directly, they are both cited: Jones (1946) and Smith (1948) have both shown…… http://libweb.anglia.ac.uk/referencing/harvard.htm 6 Anglia Ruskin University 2.4 More than one author not cited directly in the text List these at the...
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