Kafka and Orwell on China: Essays on India and China

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This book contains four well-researched essays that deal with the subject of India and China. The author has tried to examine the two countries through the eyes of eminent writers and thinkers such as Rabindranath Tagore, Kafka and Orwell. More

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Words: 9,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9789810888022
About Zafar Anjum

Singapore-based Indian journalist and writer Zafar Anjum has been published in India, the US, the UK, Singapore and other countries. Apart from his non-fiction, The Resurgence of Satyam (Random House, 2012), his short stories have been anthologised in Love and Lust in Singapore (2010), Crime Scene: Singapore (2010) and Best of Southeast Asian Erotica (2010). He also blogs, mentors budding writers and is editor of Kitaab.org, a literary website. For Singapore Decalogue, he received the 2010 Arts Creation Fund grant from NAC, Singapore.

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Review by: Avanti Kumar on June 03, 2011 :
The insights and engaging tone of this collection made it easy for me to enter into the issues. This is a refreshing and thought-provoking set of essays and concern one of the most important set of issues today. I look forward to more.

(On a more prosaic note, I like that the downloads work effortlessly in Kindle, iBooks as well as Stanza on my iPad, and not forgetting my Android phone.)
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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