Published by Writers Workshop, Calcutta India, 1976
Soft cover. Condition: Very Good+. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Writers Workshop Calcutta, 1976. Very Good+/ flexible cloth/ acetate dust jacket. 8.25" tall. 63 pages. U.S. literature; novelist; literary criticism.
Seller Inventory # FN112716
Published by Writers Workshop, Calcutta, 1974
Soft cover. Condition: Near New. Dust Jacket Condition: Near New. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1974. Very Good+ flexible cloth covers/ Very Good clear plastic dust jacket; 8.5" tall; orange cloth; no markings of any kind; 39 pages. Original title, in Sanskrit: Matta-vilasa Prahasanam, composed by Mahendravarman I, a 7th century (c. 571-630 AD) king of the South Indian Pallava dynasty. Two Kapalis, a wandering Shaivite monk and his female companion, visit the great city of Kanchipuram where they lose their skull begging bowl and encounter a Buddhist monk and a mad dog. 0-88253-301-0.
Seller Inventory # DI081113
Published by Writers Workshop, Calcutta India, 1971
Flexible Cloth. Condition: Very Good. Writers Workshop Calcutta, 1971 - Very Good/ flexible cloth covers/ Very Good+ paper title label - 8.5" tall - intro by Farley Richmond - 45 pages. Two Gujarati folk plays, in the Bhavai tradition, by mid-14th century composer Asaita Thakur (aka Thakar). Adapted by Farley Richmond and Tevia Abrams from a translation by Harish Trivedi. The 2 farces are played together, Zanda following, or separately. Main characters: Tejo Vanio the Hindu merchant, his wife, Teji, and the Muslim Zanda. ISBN: 0-89253-659-4.
Seller Inventory # DI110116