Published by Hutchinson and Co Ltd, 1951
Condition: Good. Light wear to boards with light soiling to edges. Content is clean and bright. Stamp on title page. Minimal toning to page ends. DJ with some edge wear, tears, one small tape repair and creasing. Previous owner gift message in FFEP.
Published by Hutchinson, 1951
Condition: Fair. 1951. 238 pages. Black pictorial dust jacket over Black cloth. Inscriptions to front pastedown and endpaper. Pages are moderately tanned and thumbed at the edges, with moderate foxing. Binding has remained firm. Boards are a little rub worn, slight shelf wear to corners, spine and edges. Corners are a little bumped. Spine ends are mildly crushed. Tanning to spine and edges. Boards are bowed. Book has a forward lean. Light wear to unclipped dust jacket with tears, nicks and creases to spine, edge and corners. Tanning to spine and edges. Loss to spine ends. Water marks to edges and corners. Writing to front.
Published by Bombay : Kutub, 1962
Association Member: GIAQ
Originalbroschur. Condition: Gut. 268 S. Aus dem Nachlass von Dr. Dieter George (1935-1985), Geschäftsführer der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft (ab 1977), Direktor der Orientabteilung der Staatsbibliothek Preußischer Kulturbesitz (ab 1972) und Herausgeber des "Verzeichnis Orientalischer Handschriften in Deutschland" (VOHD, ab 1982). Einband berieben und bestoßen, papierbedingt gebräunt. - Mulk Raj Anand (12 December 1905 28 September 2004) was an Indian writer in English, notable for his depiction of the lives of the poorer castes in traditional Indian society. One of the pioneers of Indo-Anglian fiction, he, together with R. K. Narayan, Ahmad Ali and Raja Rao, was one of the first India-based writers in English to gain an international readership. Anand is admired for his novels and short stories, which have acquired the status of being classic works of modern Indian English literature, noted for their perceptive insight into the lives of the oppressed and their analysis of impoverishment, exploitation and misfortune Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 550.
Published by Hutchinson
Hardcover. Condition: Good. The hinges are in good condition. The text to the spine is clear and bright. Photograph available on request.
Published by Penguin, 2005
Soft cover. Condition: Fine. Seven Summers, first drafted when Mulk Raj anand was a student at London University but not published till 1951, recreates teh events and feelings of the first seven years of the writer's life, or what he called his 'half unconcious and half conscious childhood'. first of the seven volumes of autobiographical fiction that Anand conceptualized but never completed, this book is full of memorable scenes and people observed through the eyes of a child. the most impressive of them all being the Coronation Durbar in Delhi to which our young hero is smuggled wrapped in a blanket so that the Sahibs might not object to the presence of 'so discordant an element into so gorgeous a ceremony'. this edition of Seven Summers is a special reissue of the classic autobiography to commemorate Anand's birth centenary.