R. K. Narayan: A Critical Appreciation
by William Walsh
University of Chicago Press, 1982
Cloth: 978-0-226-87213-1
Library of Congress Classification PR9499.3.N3Z94 1982
Dewey Decimal Classification 823

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
R. K. Narayan, author of more than a dozen novels and numerous short stories, is a writer of international stature. Only recently, however, has he received the critical attention that is his due.

This lucid and often eloquent study provides both new and devoted Narayan readers with an introduction to his life and work. William Walsh, who makes generous and apt use of quotations from Narayan's work, traces Narayan's artistic development and brings into clear relief the qualities that characterize his fiction: gentle irony, humor, and a tolerance of human foibles. Both a criticism and an appreciation, this work will prove valuable to those already acquainted with this delightful and important novelist and will lead others to his work for the first time.

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