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Raja Rao

by M. K. Naik

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Published by Twayne Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Raja Rao -- Criticism and interpretation,
    • India -- In literature

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 157-160.

      Statementby M. K. Naik.
      SeriesTwayne"s world authors series, TWAS 234. India
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR6035.A385 Z8
      The Physical Object
      Pagination163 p.
      Number of Pages163
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4585355M
      LC Control Number77187636

      * Raja rao Raja Rao (November 8, – July 8, ) was an Indian writer of English language novels and short stories, whose works are deeply rooted in Hinduism. Raja Rae’s semi-autobiographical novel, The Serpent and the Rope (), is a story of a search for spiritual truth in Europe and Size: KB. Raja Rao’s Kanthapura is one of the finest novels to come out of mid-twentieth century India. It is the story of how Gandhi’s struggle for independence from the .

      Raja Rao was born in (some records say ), a Brahmin from Hassan in Karnataka. His mother died when he was only four, so that his upbringing was mainly in the hands of his schoolmaster. Raja Rao was born in and lived an incredibly long life of 97 years. In that time he became an accomplished writer for his books exploring the philosophical features and characteristics of reality and its impact on the everyday lives of the population.

        Raja Rao’s Kanthapura is one of the finest novels to come out of mid-twentieth century India.. Kanthapura is the story of how Gandhi’s struggle for independence from the British came to a typical village, Kanthapura, in South India. Young Moorthy, back from the city with "new ideas," cuts across the ancient barriers of caste to unite the villagers in non-violent action––which is met Brand: New Directions Publishing Corporation. › Find signed collectible books by 'Raja Rao' English. 5 Indian Masters. by Rabindranath Tagore, Raja Rao, Khushwant Singh. ISBN () Softcover, Jaico Publishing House, Find This Book.


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Raja Rao has 21 books on Goodreads with ratings. Raja Rao’s most popular book is Collected Stories. Hard to believe that this was first published in the s. Raja Rao paints quite a picture of Kanthapura and the people within. The writing style took some time to get used to but the Indianness of the language is /5(58).

Looking for books by Raja Rao. See all books authored by Raja Rao, including Kanthapura, and The Raja Rao book and the Rope, and more on Raja Rao was an Indian writer of English language novels and short stories. His works were deeply rooted in Hinduism.

His work spans across a variety of genres and has brought about varied and significant contribution to Indian English literature and world by: Kanthapura is Rao’s best-known novel, particularly outside India. His subsequent novels took an increasingly broad focus, and by one critic hazarded that Rao’s “greatest achievement is the perfection of the metaphysical novel.”.

Raja Rao was born in in Hassan, Mysore, India. After he graduated from Madras University, he moved to the University of Montpellier in France on a scholarship.

He moved to the United States inwhere he taught at the University of Texas at Austin untilwhen he retired as Emeritus Professor. Rao died of heart failure in /5(8). In Companions by Raja Rao we have the theme of sacrifice, torment, acceptance, control, struggle, respect and happiness.

Taken from his Collected Stories collection the story is narrated in the first person by an unnamed narrator and after reading the story the reader realises that Rao may be exploring the theme of sacrifice. India’s premier publishing house India Book House (IBH) commissioned Raja Rao to write life stories of two great artistes who brought fame to Mysore.

The cultural scene of Mysore which was the epicenter of Carnatic music in the early s that a young Raja Rao had witnessed is eloquently recaptured in the above books. Raja Rao (), a path-breaker of Indian writing in English, was born in Hassan, Mysore. After he graduated from Madras University, he went on to the University of Montpellier in France on a scholarship.

He moved to the United States inwhere he taught at the University of Texas at Austin untilwhen he retired as emeritus /5(10). Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Naik, M.K. Raja Rao. New York, Twayne Publishers [©] (OCoLC) Best of Raja Rao by Paranjape, Makarand,Paranjape, Makarand R.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at True Story of Kanakapala by Raja Rao reads like a folk tale and conjures up a world of superstitions and faith. Wherein Kanakapala – a huge three-striped cobra – acts as an agent of justice and protects the virtuous and punishes the vile and wicked, convincingly explains the role of snake.

The novel has the flavor of an epic as it emerges through the eyes of a delightful old woman who comments with wisdom and humor on the variety and complexity of village life. It is text of the /5(4). Kanthapura (Oxford India Paperbacks) by Raja Rao and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Plot Summary In Kanthapura, Raja Rao tells a story about a village in the southern portion of India where there is a traditional caste system.

The town known as Kanthapura does not abide by modern processes, however most people within the location believe that they. Not so much a review of the book as a testimony to the benefit I received from walks home with him after his evening seminar over six years.

Although he claims to have introduced me to the son of his guru to be my guru, after four years I knew Raja was my true mentor. Kanthapura Raja Rao No preview available - Kanthapura Raja Rao No 3/5(3).

The Raja Rao Award, in some sources the Raja Rao Award for Literature, is a former literary award named in honour of famed expatriate Indian writer Raja Rao, and bestowed "to recognize writers and scholars who have made an outstanding contribution to the Literature and Culture of the South Asian Diaspora." It has been described as "prestigious", and "an important Indian literary prize".

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Before embarking on writing novels, Raja Rao explored the short story genre through a few short stories, written between and The Cow of the Barricades, a collection of a wide range of stories published by OUP Madras ingathers Rao's very first writing attempts, some of which preceding – and most importantly anticipating Author: Letizia Alterno.

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Raja Rao’s best-known novels include his first, “Kanthapura,” published in England in and in the United States by New Directions in Narrated in the .Raja Rao Biography -Raja Rao, the famous Indian English writer, was born on 8th November in Hassan, Karnataka.

He lost his mother at the age of four, which left a lifelong impression on him.Raja Rao (row), with Mulk Raj Anand and R. K. Narayan, is considered one of the most important twentieth century Indo-English novelists. The eldest in a Brahman family of nine children, he was.