This anthology was published in I opened it thinking it was a selection by man of letters Khushwant Singh from among the best short stories in modern or. The Indian short story is extraordinary in its ability to stick to the traditional rules of the craft and still demonstrate remarkable originality. It revolv. Khushwant Singh, the country’s foremost literary figure, serves up another volume of the finest fiction from across India. ‘A good read.
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The review must be at least 50 characters long. The Rhythm of Riddles. The Legend of Ramulamma. Books by Khushwant Singh. Balajee Tirupati rated it liked it Aug 31, Blue Are the Far Off Mountains. The ones that appealed to me were as follows: Cashback will be credited as Amazon Pay balance within 10 days. Overall an enjoyable book and recommended Khushwant Singh is a master of vocabulary and this choicest collection of stories shows his taste for words and prose.
Since it is a collection of short stories across varied themes, you are bound to find some to your interest.
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Khushwant Singh Selects Best Indian Short Stories. by Khushwant Singh
The author shows his atheism and his scoff for religion by speaking about the sexual escapades that the dustbin learns about the Indian An eclectic collection of short stories from various parts of India. Following the success of the first collection, Khushwant Singh, the country’s foremost literary figure, serves up another round of the finest fiction from across India.
Some of them very good and some not so great. Buy the selected items together This item: All in all OK read.
Khushwant Singh, the country’s foremost literary figure, serves up another volume of the finest fiction from across India. I liked particularly the stories by Qurratulain Haider, they were as vintage and classic as their times. Book received in good condition.
Jaseena AL rated it liked it Jun 23, Write a product review. Some stories you would find pointless in beginning and sums up everything in the end nicely.
The Walls of Delhi. The stories find their way to your sshort and stay with you for quite some time.
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Khushwant Singh Selects Best Indian Short Stories: Volume 2
Oct 11, Besy Rao rated it liked it. The author shows his atheism and his scoff for religion by speaking about the sexual escapades that the dustbin learns about the Indian Gods from an old book about puranas that somebody has thrown into its belly.
June 6, Imprint: Just touched by the varied assimilation of thoughts conceptualised by some authors sensitively handpicked by Mr. The Big Fat Joke Book. Singh’s weekly column, “With Malice towards One and All”, carried by several Indian newspapers, was among the most widely-read columns in the khuehwant.
It was a matter of prestige for young authors to have their work published in this weekly news-magazine. HarperCollins sdlects April Language: Best Indian Short Stories: Ever since I’ve picked up reading again, I find myself drawn to short stories for the snack-sized serving they offer in moments when you’re not quite willing to commit to a seven course meal.
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