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The book's strength lies in Naipaul's extraordinary ability as a storyteller to. .
The book's strength lies in Naipaul's extraordinary ability as a storyteller to draw striking portraits of a cross section of individuals. Fourteen years after the publication of his landmark travel narrative Among the Believers, V. S. Naipaul returned to the four non-Arab Islamic countries he reported on so vividly at the time of Ayatollah Khomeini's triumph in Iran. An astonishingly candid book from the Nobel Laureate about what has shaped his interpretation of literature and the world. History & Fiction. And even as he lays bare the bitter comical ironies of assumed identities, he gives us a poignant spectacle of the enervation peculiar to a borrowed life.
Ramadevi, N. The Novels of . Character and Setting. Critical Perspectives on . Washington . : Three Continent, 1979. Ironic Approach: The Novel of . The Island in Between.
In each, characters whose identities are deeply rooted in their cultural backgrounds find themselves encountering situations in which the social environment has become disjointed. Who they are inside just suddenly does not correspond to the world outside; the world has begun to change faster than many of us can keep up.
Ramadevi N. Published by Prestige Books
Ramadevi N. Published by Prestige Books. ISBN 10: 8185218064 ISBN 13: 9788185218069.
Seepersad Naipaul, father of V. Naipaul, and the inspiration for the protagonist of the novel, Mr Biswas . After the book was completed, they travelled to Trinidad and Canada with a view to finding a location in which to settle
Seepersad Naipaul, father of V. Naipaul, and the inspiration for the protagonist of the novel, Mr Biswas, with his Ford Prefect. After the book was completed, they travelled to Trinidad and Canada with a view to finding a location in which to settle. Naipaul had hoped to write a blockbuster, one relieving him of future money anxieties. As it turned out, The Loss of El Dorado sold only 3,000 copies in the US, where major sales were expected; Naipaul also missed England more than he had calculated.
Among Naipaul's works of international analysis are The Middle Passage .
Among Naipaul's works of international analysis are The Middle Passage (1962), about the West Indies and South America; an Indian trilogy: An Area of Darkness (1964), India: A Wounded Civilization (1977), and India: A Million Mutinies Now (1990); and The Masque of Africa (2010), on indigenous religions in several African nations. Naipaul was knighted in 1990 and awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2001.
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Martin's Press, and Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1993; . Naipaul by Fawzia Mustafa, Cambridge and New York, Cambridge University Press, 1995; . Naipaul: Displacement and Autobiography by Judith Levy, New York, Garland, 1995; The Novels of .