1 edition of 1947 Santoshabad passenger and other stories found in the catalog.
1947 Santoshabad passenger and other stories
|Other titles||Ninteenhundred forty seven Santoshabad passenger and other stories|
|Statement||[translators], Dasu Krishnamoorty, Tamraparni Dasu|
|LC Classifications||MLCxxx (P), PL4780.82.A-ZE|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 265 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||2010318630|
At the end, I gave 10 stories 5 stars, 8 stories 4 stars, 7 stories 3 stars, and 2 stories 2 stars. stars divided by 27 stories equaled for a solid 4 star rating. Stars can't really say anything but register my own personal enjoyment/5. Santoshabad Passenger And Other Stories Translations Of Telugu Stories Books In English And Literature Courses Written By Students For Students Kansai Dfb Series User Guide Lorigine Du Langage Classic Reprint Cookie Recipes Collection Mouthwatering Essential.
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Celebrating the centenary of the Telugu short story, this book brings together some of the best stories that reflect the wit, humour, and strong sense of culture from this region of India.
This outstanding translation, with its. Santoshabad Passenger and Other Stories is a heart-warming and delightful collection of English translations of Telugu short fiction/5. The vow () / Kanuparthi Varalakshamma --Playing with death / Raavi Kondala Rao --The red topee / Tadigiri Potharaju --Talaak / Syed Saleem --A woman's wealth () / Bandaru Achamamba Santoshabad Passenger / Madhurantakam Narendra --He who died / Gandham Yagnyavalkya Sarma --The bier / Sodum Jairam --Adventure / Kodavatiganti Kutumba Rao --The coral necklace / Achanta.
SANTOSHABAD PASSENGER AND OTHER STORIES Books on Law and Business in India - Jain Book Depot, Delhi based book store for all your books related needs. JBD provides variety in law & commercial books and business directories. Earlier this year, I received from Sri Krishnamoorty, a copy of an anthology of Telugu short stories titled, Santoshabad Passenger and Other Stories, published by Rupa & Co that he and Ms.
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The Spate by Satyam Sankaramanchi, translated by Dasu Krishnamoorthy and Tamraparni Dasu, from Santoshabad Passenger and Other Stories: Translations of Telugu Stories by Dasu Krishnamoorthy and Tamraparni Dasu, Rupa & Co., Santoshabad Passenger and Other Stories By Chowdary Jampala Sri Dasu Krishnamoorty is an 84 year young man who retired after working in senior editorial positions at national newspapers like The Indian Express and The Times of India.
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santoshabad passenger Santoshabad Passenger and Other Stories is a heart-warming and delightful collection of English translations of Telugu short fiction. Celebrating the centenary of the Telugu short story, this book brings together some of the best stories that reflect the wit, humour, and strong sense of culture from this region of India.
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Meanwhile, thanks to the publication of “ Santoshabad Passenger and Other Stories ” which was our first translation of contemporary Telugu fiction, and “ Spy, Interrupted: The Waiting Wife”, which was an original work of fiction, we’ve learned a lot about the publishing process.
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Tamraparni Dasu (PhD) writes that she has coauthored a book, Santoshabad Passenger: Translations of Telugu Short Stories (Rupa & Co.), with her father, Dasu Krishnamoorty. Tamraparni directs the online literary magazine Literary Voices of India: Translation of Contemporary Fiction.
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