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Review of 'My Days' - autobiography of R K Narayan

It is always easier to read an autobiography if one has read substantial work of a novelist – traces of his own life and personality always seep into his books so one is quite familiar with the material and does not get many curve balls.

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My Days - RK Narayan's Autobiography

This is the first read from what I picked up at the Chennai BookFair 2015 last week.

RK Narayan is still one of my favorite characters along with his brother RK Laxman, the cartoonist. 443 more words


Our Man From Malgudi - R K Narayan

It is an interesting combination – common man stories were illustrated by the champion of the common man cartoons when sketches drawn by Laxman were used in the television adaptation of Narayan’s ‘Malgudi Days’.

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Book Review: Swami and Friends, by R K Narayan

About the author:
RK Narayan was an Indian author whose works of fiction include a series of books about people and their interactions in an imagined town in India called Malgudi. 626 more words


R K Narayan's 'Malgudi Days' - My Reflections

I guess blogging came about when folks moved away from their ‘Dear Diary’ moments onto the web. I wish Anne Frank had lived to see this day. 1,604 more words

Book Review

The Lowestoft-Norwich Line

Have just come home late after talking to a book group in a restaurant in Lowestoft about ‘Are You With Me?’ Have lived here nearly twenty years without ever making that journey. 225 more words

Are You With Me?

Story of a self-publishing house

Sheela Reddy at Outlook recounts the story of RKN’s Indian Thought Publications:

Narayan finally decided to take matters into his own hands. Using the experience and contacts he gained through editing a short-lived literary magazine called…

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