debut novel, The White Tiger, won the 2008 Man Booker Prize. He was born in Madras on 23rd October 1974. He is the fourth Indian-born author to win the prize, after Salaman Rushdie, Arundhati Roy and Kiran Desai.He began his journalistic career as a financial journalist, interning at the Financial Times. He was subsequently hired by TIME, where he remained a South Asia correspondent for three years before going freelance. During his freelance period he wrote The White Tiger. Adiga’s second book,
Benchley should say that because it is perhaps “Jaws” (1975), more than any other work of art, that is responsible for the unreasonable and unjustified fear that humans have of sharks. The premise of his story though is based upon a true incident in 1916 where people along the New Jersey (USA) coast were subject to attacks by a shark, and post which they entered popular culture as killers. Experts are still not certain though as to what provoked the shark. Jaws is not of course the first and
happiness was shortlived, Rajam died with Typhoid in 1939. A number of female characters in his writings are based on Rajam. For several years after her death, Narayan could not write a novel. The three novels published during his wife’s lifetime were, Swami and Friends (1935), The Bachelor of Arts (1937), The Dark Room (1938). The works of R.K.Narayan
assimilation and multiple displacements. She has written eight novels including short stories and two autobiographies along with her husband, Clarke Blaise, the Canadian novelist and professor. Her novels can be divided into different phases such as expatriates’ perspective in first two novels, The Tigers Daughter (1972) and Wife (1975). Her second phase of novels fall in immigration stage, in which she wrote short stories and essays along with one novel Jasmine (1989). Her third phase comprises of
poetic prose, with a prologue and an epilogue, dealing with the incestuous love of Yami for her brother. G. V. Desani’s Hali (1950), an entirely different kind of play, received high praise for its originality, symbolism and rich imagery. Lakhan Deb’s Tiger Claw (1967) is a historical play in three acts on the controversial murder of Afzal Khan by Shivaji. His other two plays are Vivekanand (1972) and Murder at the Prayer Meeting (1976). The use of blank verse is flawless and the last play compels us
Lyrical Voice By: Lakella L. Taylor And Frankie Fipps Joy in the Midst of my Pain By: Lakella L. Taylor God give me the strength I need to go on My heart is wailing, sorrowful My soul lies driven in by the tide of despair. Lord lift up my heart; lift up my soul, save me From my affliction and pain. For great is my love for thee. For thy art my joy in the midst of my pain.