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31.2 | 2009
South Asian Fiction / Anita Desai

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Commonwealth Essays and Studies 31.2 (“South Asian Fiction/Anita Desai”) offers an overview of contemporary Indian and Pakistani fiction, but also of Tamil Dalit writing. It provides a multifaceted discussion focusing on writers ranging from Ceylon-based Leonard Woolf to Ghosh, Ondaatje, Rushdie, and the 2008 Man Booker Prize recipient Aravind Adiga. A section is devoted to internationally renowned Anita Desai.

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