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Premchand in World Languages

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This volume explores the reception of Premchand's works and his influence in the perception of India among Western cultures, especially Russian, German, French, Spanish and English. The essays in the collection also take a critical look at multiple translations of the same work (and examine how each new translation expands the work's textuality and annexes new readership for the author) as well as representations of celluloid adaptations of Premchand's works. An important intervention in the field of translation studies, this book will interest scholars and researchers of comparative literature, cultural studies and film studies.
Category: Social Science. ISBN: 9780367177188

PREMCHAND KI PRASIDH KAHANIYA (Hindi)

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Premchand ki sampurna kahaniya 'Maansarovar' naamak sheershak mein sangrahit hain, jo 8 khandon mein prakashit hai. Unn kahaniyon mein se 13 chuni hui prasidh kahaniyon ko iss pustak mein prakashit kiya gaya hai,. Ye kahaaniyan ek vishesh shaili aur drishtikon se prastut ki gayi hain. Pratyek kahaani ke purva Premchand ki rachna ki vishesh baatein taths ant mein unke sandesh evam unse milne vaali shiksha ko diya gaya hai jo iss kahaani sangraha ko unootha aur vishesh banaate hain.
Category: Fiction. ISBN: 9789381588451

Premchand's Kazaki and Other Marvellous Tales

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`His is a voice that comes from where the action is...? Dhanpat Rai, famously known as Munshi Premchand, was an ordinary man living an ordinary life in extraordinary times. His intimate experience of the lives of common people gave him insights that created a vast and vibrant world in his vivid stories, making him one of the most important chroniclers of the 20th century. His vision homes in straight to the extraordinary heart of his everyday characters as they go about their daily struggles, proving an inspiration to generations of readers. From a game of gulli-danda to the classic tale of an imaginative young boy?s love for his grandmother that transforms a pair of household tongs into a battle hero, Premchand?s compelling stories continue to hold readers spellbound. His granddaughter Sara Rai brings a personal perspective to this book with family recollections and lovingly done translations. Premchand?s great-granddaughter Lara Chandni pays tribute to her illustrious ancestor with an eye-catching cover and poster design created especially for this collector?s edition.
Category: Children's & Young Adult Fiction. ISBN: 9789350095621

The Limits of the World

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A smart, compassionate and elegant debut novel about an Asian-Indian immigrant family from Nairobi and the secrets they keep from each other (Lauren Groff, author of Florida ). The Chandaria familyemigrants from the Asian-Indian enclave of Nairobihas managed to flourish in America. Premchand, the father, is a doctor who has worked doggedly to grow his practice and give his family security; his wife, Urmila, runs a business importing artisanal Kenyan crafts; and their son, Sunil, after quitting the premed track, has been accepted to a PhD program in philosophy at Harvard. But the parents have kept a very important secret from Sunil: His cousin, Bimal, is actually his older brother. When this previously hidden history is revealed by an unforeseen accident, and the entire family is forced to return to Nairobi, Sunil confesses his own well-kept, explosive secret: His Jewish-American girlfriend, who has accompanied him to Kenya, is, in fact, already his wife. Spanning four generations and three continents, The Limits of the World illuminates the vast mosaic of cultural divisions and ethical considerations that shape the ways in which we judge one another's actions. A dazzling debut novelwritten with rare empathy and insightit is a powerful depiction of how we prevent ourselves, unwittingly and otherwise, from understanding the people we are closest to.
Category: Fiction. ISBN: 9781504057400

The Limits of the World

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A “smart, compassionate and elegant” debut novel about an Asian-Indian immigrant family from Nairobi and the secrets they keep from each other (Lauren Groff, author of Florida). The Chandaria family—emigrants from the Asian-Indian enclave of Nairobi—has managed to flourish in America. Premchand, the father, is a doctor who has worked doggedly to grow his practice and give his family security; his wife, Urmila, runs a business importing artisanal Kenyan crafts; and their son, Sunil, after quitting the premed track, has been accepted to a PhD program in philosophy at Harvard. But the parents have kept a very important secret from Sunil: His cousin, Bimal, is actually his older brother. When this previously hidden history is revealed by an unforeseen accident, and the entire family is forced to return to Nairobi, Sunil confesses his own well-kept, explosive secret: His Jewish-American girlfriend, who has accompanied him to Kenya, is, in fact, already his wife. Spanning four generations and three continents, The Limits of the World illuminates the vast mosaic of cultural divisions and ethical considerations that shape the ways in which we judge one another’s actions. A dazzling debut novel—written with rare empathy and insight—it is a powerful depiction of how we prevent ourselves, unwittingly and otherwise, from understanding the people we are closest to.
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The Limits of the World

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A âsmart, compassionate and elegantâ debut novel about an Asian-Indian immigrant family from Nairobi and the secrets they keep from each other (Lauren Groff, author of Florida). The Chandaria familyâemigrants from the Asian-Indian enclave of Nairobiâhas managed to flourish in America. Premchand, the father, is a doctor who has worked doggedly to grow his practice and give his family security; his wife, Urmila, runs a business importing artisanal Kenyan crafts; and their son, Sunil, after quitting the premed track, has been accepted to a PhD program in philosophy at Harvard. But the parents have kept a very important secret from Sunil: His cousin, Bimal, is actually his older brother. When this previously hidden history is revealed by an unforeseen accident, and the entire family is forced to return to Nairobi, Sunil confesses his own well-kept, explosive secret: His Jewish-American girlfriend, who has accompanied him to Kenya, is, in fact, already his wife. Spanning four generations and three continents, The Limits of the World illuminates the vast mosaic of cultural divisions and ethical considerations that shape the ways in which we judge one anotherâs actions. A dazzling debut novelâwritten with rare empathy and insightâit is a powerful depiction of how we prevent ourselves, unwittingly and otherwise, from understanding the people we are closest to.
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The Limits of the World

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A “smart, compassionate and elegant” debut novel about an Asian-Indian immigrant family from Nairobi and the secrets they keep from each other (Lauren Groff, author of Florida). The Chandaria family—emigrants from the Asian-Indian enclave of Nairobi—has managed to flourish in America. Premchand, the father, is a doctor who has worked doggedly to grow his practice and give his family security; his wife, Urmila, runs a business importing artisanal Kenyan crafts; and their son, Sunil, after quitting the premed track, has been accepted to a PhD program in philosophy at Harvard. But the parents have kept a very important secret from Sunil: His cousin, Bimal, is actually his older brother. When this previously hidden history is revealed by an unforeseen accident, and the entire family is forced to return to Nairobi, Sunil confesses his own well-kept, explosive secret: His Jewish-American girlfriend, who has accompanied him to Kenya, is, in fact, already his wife. Spanning four generations and three continents, The Limits of the World illuminates the vast mosaic of cultural divisions and ethical considerations that shape the ways in which we judge one another’s actions. A dazzling debut novel—written with rare empathy and insight—it is a powerful depiction of how we prevent ourselves, unwittingly and otherwise, from understanding the people we are closest to.
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The Limits of the World

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A âsmart, compassionate and elegantâ debut novel about an Asian-Indian immigrant family from Nairobi and the secrets they keep from each other (Lauren Groff, author of Florida). The Chandaria familyâemigrants from the Asian-Indian enclave of Nairobiâhas managed to flourish in America. Premchand, the father, is a doctor who has worked doggedly to grow his practice and give his family security; his wife, Urmila, runs a business importing artisanal Kenyan crafts; and their son, Sunil, after quitting the premed track, has been accepted to a PhD program in philosophy at Harvard. But the parents have kept a very important secret from Sunil: His cousin, Bimal, is actually his older brother. When this previously hidden history is revealed by an unforeseen accident, and the entire family is forced to return to Nairobi, Sunil confesses his own well-kept, explosive secret: His Jewish-American girlfriend, who has accompanied him to Kenya, is, in fact, already his wife. Spanning four generations and three continents, The Limits of the World illuminates the vast mosaic of cultural divisions and ethical considerations that shape the ways in which we judge one anotherâs actions. A dazzling debut novelâwritten with rare empathy and insightâit is a powerful depiction of how we prevent ourselves, unwittingly and otherwise, from understanding the people we are closest to.
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Segn un antiguo dicho, las mujeres sostienen la mitad del cielo. Sin embargo, nuestra sociedad las bombardea desde la infancia con mensajes negativos, destinados a convertirlas en personas desautorizadas, eternas aspirantes a la aprobacin de los dems. En esta libro sabio y alentador, Louise L. Hay ofrece ayuda a las mujeres para que retomen la direccin de sus vidas y den va libre a la alegra y a la creatividad que guardan en su interior. Paso a paso, con el gozo de las exploradoras que van descubriendo su camino, las mujeres pueden rechazar todo aquello que las empobrece como personas y lanzarse a la aventura de la vida. El mundo las est esperando!
Category: Self-Help. ISBN: 9781401932039

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The fresh and exciting debut novel by the author of Konstantin"Immensely enjoyable . . . almost unbearably tense"-The GuardianIn an attic in Southwest London, an acid factory has just been dismantled. Six students, among them the luminously sexy Belle, are speeding in a decommissioned ambulance towards a tiny cottage in the Welsh borders. Two homicidal drug dealers and one middle-aged police inspector are giving chase.Meanwhile, Belle's jilted lover Angus stares out of his cottage window at shadows sliding across the grassy hillside, listens to squirrels fidgeting in the eaves and turns his thoughts to a squadron of young Japanese pilots, setting out from a Kshu airstrip in 1945 intent on restarting the Second World War.And that's just the beginningIn this remarkable debut, Tom Bullough brilliantly combines the best rites-of-passage storytelling with the helter-skelter adroitness of a road movie.
Category: Fiction. ISBN: 9780953522767
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