Narayan Apte

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  • Was Mahatma Gandhi Justified Analysis

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    The government to this day have issues about his death case; they are so unsure whether they should open it once more or leave it be. In the text it states,” Today, 68 years after that event a petition in supreme court claims that the identity of Apte remains mired in doubt and seeks reopening of the investigation into Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination.” ( NDTV. com, paragraph 2) This shows that even today, the government ( or supreme court) are indecisive in whether the case should be opened again

  • Theme Of Lord Of The Flies And The Guide Essay

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    and ‘The Guide’ ‘Lord of the flies’(1954) and ‘The guide’(1958) are the two novels written by famous novelists William Golding and R.K. Narayan. ‘Lord of the Flies’ portrays the story of a group of British boys trapped on an abandoned island who try to administrate themselves with catastrophic results and On the other side, R.K. Narayan quite consciously in his novel “The Guide” resonances the tradition of the Indian society amidst his literal representation. R.K. Narayan’s chief apprehension

  • Sudha Murty

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    1. Title of the thesis: Celebrating Indian society, compassion and principle centeredness: a thematic study of the works of Sudha Murty 2. Introduction: Sudha Murty is the chairperson of the Infosys Foundation. Sudha is famous author as well. She has authored three non-fiction works, five fiction works and four books for children. Her non-fiction works recount her personal experiences many of which she accumulated while working for Infosys foundation. While working for it, she has criss-crossed India

  • “Like the Sun”

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    “LIKE THE SUN” by R. K. Narayan ABOUT THE AUTHOR. R. K. Narayan (1906–2001) was born in Madras, India. After completing his education, he taught in a small village school. Narayan left teaching to devote himself full time to writing, and in 1935 he published his first novel, Swami and Friends. Two other early works, The Bachelor of Arts and Mr. Sampath, helped establish his reputation internationally. The Financial Expert (1952), his first novel to be published in the United States, was followed

  • Comment on the Use of Humour and Comedy in ‘the M.C.C.’

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    Born in 1906, R.K. Narayan was brought up in a country struggling to gain independence. ‘The M.C.C.’, an excerpt taken from the larger novel Swami and Friends by Narayan, was published in 1935, a time when Anti-British sentiments were at their height, engaging Indians from every corner of the country. In fact, Narayan himself was quoted as saying, “growing up in the first half of the twentieth century in India one couldn’t but be swept away by the rising tide of the nationalist movement,” (p. 202

  • Picture Of The Indian Culture And Society

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    Picture of the Indian Culture and Society : Malgudi Days R.K Narayan Chapter 1 "Malgudi Days" is a gathering of short stories composed by R.K.Narayan and likely the most renowned title connected with R.K.Narayan with the special case of "Swami and Friends." So what is so unique about R.K.Narayan 's exposition that earned him so much honors? That is only the catch. There is nothing unique and that is the place the claim to fame lies. The composition is disarmingly basic, the dialect is not adapted

  • The Great Deal Of Poetry

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    its purposive of direction as much as of its balance sheet of achievement, deserves the attention of the serious student of Indian poetry. Today the Indian novelists writing in English are large in number. Besides Mulk Raj Anand, Raja Rao and R.K. Narayan, the three foremost Indian writers of fiction in

  • Analysis Of The Man Eater Of Malgudi

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    a journalist. To give the sense of geographical legitimacy, Narayan setting the novel by portrayed realistically of mentioning some place like Kabir Street, New Extension and so on which leads the reader to picture the setting with precision and empowers of the place. The whole novel is pictured with an extremely beautiful and delicate landscape which is painted with a quality of exact which makes the panoramas come bustling. Narayan designed the Malgudi as the symbol of mythic space which actively

  • Theme Of Life And Death In The English Teacher

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    Word count: Question: How does Narayan explore the themes of life and death? R.K Narayan’s Novel “The English Teacher” set in 1946 in British colonial India. It is a story of Krishna and his life with his wife, Susila. R.K Narayan explores numerous themes, the two most vital themes are life and death. Throughout the novel, Narayan shows the reader that in life everyone has to have a purpose and death is never the end. In the beginning of the novel, R.K Narayan shows that Krishna life was in a daily

  • The Museum Of Fine Arts

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    Like many other places in South Boston, the Museum of Fine Arts and History is deceptively small, but musty and brimming with reminiscence of times past. Squatting on the curb of the downtown road since 1993, the museum belies its significance. Composed of plain red brick atop a sheet of cracked pavement, it is as humble as any house along the road. The first step into the museum greets the patron with a wave of chilly air that totes along whiffs of dust and undertones of the aged burgundy rug