"Malgudi" Essays and Research Papers

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Malgudi

The Man-Eater of Malgudi is a 1961 Indian novel, written by R. K. Narayan. [edit]Characters in the Novel § Nataraj, a printing press owner § Sen - a poet and journalist, friend of Nataraj § Sastri - employee and friend of Nataraj § Vasu - a taxidermist, villain of the novel § Muthu - a tea shop owner § Kumar - an elephant which was brought from Memphi Hills by Nataraj, for medical treatment. § Rangi - a temple dancer and a prostitute [edit]Summary This story revolves around sun which is...

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Rajam and Mani

saw Swaminathan,his loyal friend , talking to Rajam .This sight angered him very much , and so he felt that Swaminathan was in need of a little warning . 3 . ‘River Sarayu was the pride of Malgudi .’How did the people of Malgudi look upon the river Sarayu and its surroundings ? Ans . The people of Malgudi were proud of river Sarayu .Its sandbanks were the evening resort of all the people of the town .The Municipal President took any distinguished visitor to the top of the Town Hall and proudly...

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The English Teacher

was born during the British colonial rule in India. In his obituary Barbara Crosette writes about Narayan and Malgudi thus: 'In the 1930's, he (RK Narayan) created a town in South India that he called Malgudi and populated it with characters who could be fussy, tricky, harmlessly rebellious or philosophical - but who were always believable. Mr. Narayan would return again and again to Malgudi in many of his 34 novels and hundreds of short stories. His books accurately portray an India that hovers between...

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A Horse and Two Goats Summary

humor, Narayan explores the conflicts between rich and poor, and between Indian and Western culture. Narayan is best known for his fourteen novels, many of which take place in the fictional town of Malgudi. Many of the stories in his thirteen short story collections also take place in Malgudi, but ‘‘A Horse and Two Goats’’ does not. This accounts for the fact that the story has attracted very little critical commentary; however, all of the attention it has drawn has been positive. The story is...

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Global Tales - Stories from Many Cultures

at the end of the book, he created a space for himself called "Malgudi" and developed his own characters, like a puppet master making his own puppets from cloth and giving them life when he does the show. His stories are universal, probably because the themes and characters of the stories are easy to identify with. He should be ninety-seven this year (year 2000). From what I know, his other books include " Malgudi Days", where " An Astrologer's Day" is taken from. ...

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Analysis Of R. K. Narayan's Malgudia

entire nation) land in the fictional village of Malgudi. Structurally, the book is largely a narration in third-person. The book, much like diary entries, is structured as a collection of short stories connected to each other by a loose, trivial plot. The plot represents the reality of the time, but with a fictional overlay of Malgudi and its residents; as Swami originates from Narayan’s own childhood experiences. The setting of the story in Narayan’s Malgudi allows for a stark contrast with the temporal...

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Horse

well established as one of the most prominent Indian authors writing in English in the 20th century. Narayan is best known for his fourteen novels and stories, many of which are placed in the fictional town of Malgudi. However, the story of `A Horse and Two Goats` does not unfurl in Malgudi. This story is considered to be a fine example of Narayan`s deftness in creating engaging characters and humorous dialogues. Synopsis of "A Horse and Two Goats" by R.K Narayan The book `A horse and two Goats`...

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Book Analysis of The Vendor of Sweets by R K Narayan

Chennai, India. He majored in the University of Mysore. He was one of the 3 leading figures of early Indian literature in English. He is an Indian writer best writer known for his works set in the South Indian town of Malgudi. His other books were The Guide, Swami and Friends, Malgudi Days, The English Teacher and The Bachelor Of Arts. He was awarded with awards such as Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan for his works. He wrote “Vendor of Sweets” after his visits to the America. In his book he illustrates...

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“Like the Sun”

reputation internationally. The Financial Expert (1952), his first novel to be published in the United States, was followed by a number of other novels, The English Teacher (1953), The Man-Eater of Malgudi (1961), The Painter of Signs (1976), and A Tiger for Malgudi (1983). Among his short-story collections are Malgudi Days (1982), and The Grandmother's Tale and Selected Stories (1994). In 1974, Narayan published My Days, a volume of memoirs, and in 1989, an additional volume of nonfiction, A Story Teller's...

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