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Synopsis:

Naipaul returns to the country with which he has a close yet oblique relationship. He provides an in-depth analysis of society in India, from high to low, as he did 25 years ago in "Area of Darkness". Naipaul also wrote "India: A Wounded Civilization" and "Among the Believers".

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9780749399207
Author:
NAIPAUL, V.S.
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VINTAGE
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Edition Description:
NEW ED
Publication Date:
19911107
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TRADE PAPER
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528
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200 x 129 in.

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"Synopsis" by , Naipaul returns to the country with which he has a close yet oblique relationship. He provides an in-depth analysis of society in India, from high to low, as he did 25 years ago in "Area of Darkness". Naipaul also wrote "India: A Wounded Civilization" and "Among the Believers".
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